Friday, December 9, 2011

What The Trees Tell Me


This is the hat I wore to the royal wedding


 I look fantastic in this light!
 

Give peace a chance


 I think I can, I think I can


I think I need to exfoliate


 I may be old but I'm spectacular


Christmas Tree
Holiday Tree
What difference does it make
Get a life


 Enjoy the view now, we're getting our leaves back



 I tried a nice henna rinse



Come closer, I have gold


 I've been working on my core


I'll wear this crown if I want to
I'm Queen bitches!


They went that way


This is so much comfier than a Snuggie



 I think I need to cut my bangs


I'm gonna hide out here til New Years

Have a wonderful weekend everybody
Take the time to talk to a tree

29 comments:

jabblog said...

What very communicative trees:-)

jabblog said...

I just watched your Hope videos - wonderful! What a lovely little girl she is and what a nice grandma she has, too:-)

Jackie said...

I don't think Beatrice would have got such bad press if she'd actually worn that hat!

Well spotted, all of them! Hope the weather isn't too horrific your side of the Pond.

DJan said...

I talk to trees all the time. Yours have different conversations, though. Very amusing. I love them all, but "I think I can" is especially touching. :-)

Ivanhoe said...

Sweet! That takes a special brain :) Have a great weekend, Di!

LL Cool Joe said...

Ha ha I love your captions! Well I love the photos too, but your words made me smile. :)

Daryl said...

I loved this post .. you have the best imagination .. you fabulous broad you!

Ron said...

Diane, this is an ingenious post of trees!

"I think I need to exfoliate."

Bwhahahahahahhahha! Freakin' BRILLIANT, dear lady!

Gorgeous photos!

Have a fantabulous Friday!

X ya!

P.S. GREAT seeing you yesterday!

Jay Simser said...

My fingers are smiling. You are so creative. Wish I'd thought of that, those, them (sic) captions.. Have a great Week-end. j

Trisha said...

Who knew the trees had that much to say!

Linda said...

You're the Doctor Doolittle of trees, m'dear! I love that they talk to you and that you've translated for us!

ellen abbott said...

great post about our sentient neighbors.

Sylvia K said...

I do love your talking trees!! And you translate them perfectly!! Yep, the Dr. Doolittle of trees indeed! Terrific captures, too! Wishing you and Hope a lovely weekend and hugs to you both!

Sylvia

Mike said...

A couple of those trees would be saying 'get these vines off my ass!'

Granny Annie said...

You are a comedy genius. Loved your communication with the trees. Especially loved
"Christmas Tree
Holiday Tree
What difference does it make
Get a life"

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, Dianne, too too funny! I loved them all, especially "I think I can" and "henna rinse" and "exfoliate"!
Great photos, great thinking!

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

Tabor said...

Very creative way to view trees.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOVE this post! You could do a whole book pf Talking Trees! Great pictures and wonderful "talk", my dear......
Trees are so very beautiful and so varied, too---depending on where you live....Keep 'taking' and 'talking'!!!

Cherie said...

How fun! :)

Marg said...

That was so well done. Love hearing the trees talk. We enjoyed that a lot. Take care.

Lisa (Mountain Photog) said...

Those captions were great Dianne! Each one was spot-on--and so funny. And such a neat idea! I never would have thought of doing something like that. :)

Linda Reeder said...

What fun!

Rambling Woods said...

This is funny..but I just posted about threes..not as cleverly as you did...

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your are a tree-whisperer! They talk to you and you take beautiful pictures of them.

HermanTurnip said...

*Fantastic* photos! I love the first one the best. I dig minimalism, so that first photo really spoke to me. Great work!!

Au and Target said...

A little tree hugging is good for the soul. I'm sure that's what cats are doing when they're clawing their way up one :-)

Imaginography said...

Sometimes I think I would get more sense if I talked to a tree! LOL!

BK :)

Akelamalu said...

Beautiful collection of trees Cloudia. :)

Hilary said...

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that you have some wonderful trees in your neighbourhood. I twigged to that right away. ;)

Great post, Dianne. I love how you see the world.