Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Close To The Trees

There is a park along the Navesink River in NJ that's built on three levels. You enter at street level and you can descend to the water's edge.

I enjoy the middle level for communing with the trees. The trees at the bottom seem close enough to touch and give the feeling of being able to climb them.









Hug a tree today


20 comments:

Jay Simser said...

Thanks for the marvelous pics. I think I will hug you instead and you can pass it on to the tree.

Sylvia K said...

You are becoming a fantastic photographer, Dianne!! I love these pics! They're really superb! Hope your week is going well!!

jabblog said...

I love trees and your photos are wonderful.

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for the shady respite. :)

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I thoroughly enjoyed your photos of the trees!

Ron said...

"Hug a tree today"

I agree, Dianne! Hugging a tree is like the BEST! I spent so much of my free time this summer sitting under trees and hugging them before I left.

Fantastic collection of tree photos. So diverse. I think my two favs are the 3rd and 4th ones down. STUNNING!

(((((((( You )))))))

Hope you're having a super week, dear lady!

X to you and the gang!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

How lovely they are! Thanks for putting the link on your other blog. I can't figure out how to add a blog to Feedly (it transferred what I had on Google Reader, but there doesn't seem to be a way to add a new one.. I think you post oftener on this one now, so I really need to try to figure out how to get it on there).

Hope you are feeling well.

Mike said...

Tree pics are always good.

ellen abbott said...

I hug trees. When my city neighborhood was being gentrified and they cut down many trees every day it was sad and physically painful.

Katz Tales said...

Lovely! I had no idea you took photos. I've changed my bookmarks and will see you here. When do we see pics of the kitties???

Hilary said...

I often do. Sadly a couple of our trees at the new place had to go so that we could build the addition. There was no other direction to go but in their path. It saddened me but I wasn't there when it happened. Frank was, and it sickened him. I hope we will be forgiven. Wonderful pics, Dianne.

ds said...

Love climbing trees. Great pictures. Thank you.

Granny Annie said...

Great pictures. I hug our trees every day (at least mental hugs).

Leave It To Davis said...

Wonderful shots of some lovely branches!

CrystalChick said...

Beautiful trees! Glad you enjoyed time at the park.
xo

OldLady Of The Hills said...

BEAUTIFUL Trees, My Dear....!!!! I see why you love them...!

Daryl said...

soooo pretty ... soooo crazy here at work .. sorry i have been sooo absent .. i love you nonetheless xoxo

V said...

sounds like a great park. good to know and it's in NJ. i'm always looking for places to photograph.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You doin' OK? Miss ya.

nitebyrd said...

Great pictures! Love those spooky bare branches against the sky!