Monday, April 24, 2006

Tree or Bush - Photo Scav Hunt #71

Weeping Cherry Tree

Here's my entry for Photo Scavenger Hunt # 71.  This Weeping Cherry Tree is in my parents' front yard.  It is one of the most beautiful trees I have ever seen.  I just love weeping trees of any kind, and I love the blossoms on this one.  I wait every Spring to see it bloom.

      

13 comments:

  1. Oh how we love weeping cherry trees....been thinking of getting one, but don't know where to put it!   I'm glad you have one to look at...so pretty!!
    Nancy

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  2. beautiful!
    ~julie

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  3. mastersblynn4/24/2006 12:36 AM

    ooh I love it.  Does it smell good? Barbara

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  4. shanazdrojowy4/24/2006 5:00 AM

    Wow, that is so cool!  Makes me miss being in Pennsylvania.  I'm planning a trip up to Pgh., and maybe Philly (depends on gas prices), the 1st/2nd week of June.  I can't wait!  Shana

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  5. jlocorriere054/24/2006 5:02 AM

    That's so beautiful, I love weeping trees too. They just look so graceful. Jeannette.  http://journals.aol.co.uk/jlocorriere05/Welcometomytravels

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  6. VERY PRETTY TREE  I LOVE WEEPING TREES THEY ARE SO PRETTY
    KINDA GRACEFUL WHEN THE WIND BLOWS

    I HOPE JOHN IS DOING WELL

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  7. I have to say that is the prettiest tree i have ever seen.

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  8. Oh I really LIKE this!!!
    Great Tree!
    Kate

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  9. Wow! It just exploded with pretty...
    Linda :)

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  10. Wow this reminds me of a frothy pink ballerina skirt.
    Sylvia xxx

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  11. That is a great tree and one I have never seen before.    Val wrote to me about John's visit to the hospital and not having a bed available.    I hope that things are going OK for you and that the I.V. administration at home is getting easier.   I learned how easy it was to jab needles in my stomach for blood thinning after having had a pulmonary embolism following my first knee replacement.   Getting the "butterfly" in correctly must be a little more difficult.    Val in "hinting" about me getting one of my trees on my journal.    I have other requests for my Ferne Clyfee State Park and my geological findings of S. Illinois  also.    I have been visiting as many journals as I can and can't keep up on the alerts.    If I didn't enjoy it I would just give up.     I will hope that John will get through this trying time following the transplant and in a year from now he will be well on his way to complete recovery.    mark

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  12. what a beautiful tree

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  13. Wow, stunningly beautiful!  I just love that good ol' weeping tree... I think I have seen it somewhere before ;-) xox
    http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ThereisaSeason

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