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Tuesday, 6 January 2009

Winter Park

Parks that are lush and green in the summer, look like this in the winter. I notice a lot more detail in the buildings around them now, sometimes I see things I didn't notice before. The trees take on a whole new character with their knobbly trunks.

8 comments:

JM said...

Beautiful winter look... but I'm glad palm trees, pine trees and many others don't loose their leaves as we allways have some green around here :-)

Dusty Lens said...

At least the lawn is green for some warming color. I agree, you notice things we take for granted in the winter months.

The Lone Beader said...

I have never been there! It looks peaceful!

The Lone Beader said...

Thanks for your comment! Hopefully, my next post will be about my next vehicle... So many things to bead, so little time, and now custom orders are steadily coming in! :o

George Townboy said...

Nice green park, I like it.

BABOOSHKA said...

It is true how seasons hide or reveal the world arpund us. Interesting observation. Like how the path goes from the corner and leads you straight to the lone figure.

mkhansen said...

That knobby trunk on the right is fascinating. Thanks for pointing these out. At this time of the year I turn into a real tree-hugger.

Paul Bailey said...

There's something special about the light as well this time of year, especially out in the wilds of Kent where I live. Winter's not all bad!

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