Sunday Trees – 133

 
Sunday Trees - 133

Scruffy Cedar and Texas Longhorn on back road of Central Texas

 

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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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10 Responses to Sunday Trees – 133

  1. Mama Cormier says:

    Interesting looking cedar. The ones here are tall and thinner at the top. Here’s my contribution for the week. http://mamacormier.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/sunday-trees-133/

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    • becca givens says:

      For many here in Texas — these type of cedar are called “trash trees” and often cut down. However, the fields are filled with them … some are singles, and others are grouped in bunches. I think I know which ones you are referring to as well. Have a good week.

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  3. Beautiful meadow.. and a majestic Tree with a Long horn to graze to its hearts content.. What more could we need on a Sunday..
    Have a brilliant week Becca.. Sue xox

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    • becca givens says:

      I was trying to capture a “new to me” wildflower — I was parked on the side of the highway and could hear the cars/trucks approaching — but dared not stay too long or wander too far from my car. However, when I returned, I noticed the longhorns — this one was the closes to me. I intend to return to capture more of them. The longhorns are quite a sight to see. I also wanted to capture the relatively green field before the onslaught of high temperatures and no rain scorch the fields with drought!

      Thank you, Sue for visiting — and I hope you have a blessed week. 😀

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      • Wise not to get too close .. But I loved your capture.. and I hope you manage to get rain without floods that would replenish the moisture needed to keep green.. I know you have such extremes of Highs and Lows in Temperatures… May it find balance..
        Sending you a Cosmic hug and enjoy your week also Becca. xxx

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  4. A very peaceful scene, Becca. 🙂

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  5. love the contrast of colours here.

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    • becca givens says:

      Oh Joss, I was happy to get the contrast — give the area a few more weeks with high temperatures and little-to-no rain and it will all look burnt crisp tan of drought! For now, the steer are tickled with their green grass and weeds. 😀 Have a wonderful week!

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