I love trees – all kinds of trees and thought I would share a few more of my favorites for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.
How about those Maples? There are so many sizes, shapes and varieties in the genus ‘Acer’ family, they hardly seem related to one another. But then you know how families are. 🙂
I’ll start with the native Vine Maple adorning our gardens and adding bursts of color to the evergreen forests of the Pacific Northwest.
Next up is the cultured Japanese Maple – bold and beautiful inside and out – with sturdy twisted limbs supporting colorful, lacy leaves. I found these at the Washington Arboretum.
Finally here are the giant Maple trees of the Hoh River Rainforest – completely content to be swallowed up in moss!
Beautiful photos and beautiful trees 😊
Thank you so much. 🙂
A great celebration of some lovely trees, Susanne. Who doesn’t love trees? 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Yes indeed! Thanks Pete! 😊
These trees are amazing!
Thank you! 😊
You have such marvelous tree photos for this week. Thanks 😀
Thank you so much! 😊
Of course I love maples, especially their syrup we use all year.
I love real maple syrup! You’re lucky to live where the sugar maples grow. 😊
I buy it by the gallon and keep it in the freezer. A real blessing of New England.