Saturday, February 4, 2012

Distinguished

These trees appear to be graying at the twigs



23 comments:

Jay Simser said...

I am also graying -- does that make me distinguished or just almost extinguished?

Jay Simser said...

Nice photos by the way!

Mike said...

I'm graying at the twigs also.

Sylvia K said...

Yep, that's me, already grayed at the twigs and now it's the whole tree!!! These are great shots!

Sylvia

LL Cool Joe said...

Maybe the trees could do what I do and dye their twigs? ;)

DJan said...

That's actually quite pretty! Grey is not all bad, plus I might call it "silver." :-)

jabblog said...

Ah well, age catches up with us all eventually;-)

Linda said...

That's about how I feel these days minus the spindlyness. You got pictures of a fatter tree?!?

Tracy said...

hah, the theme of my life...the grays emerging :)

Ron said...

Brilliantly clever post title, Dianne!

And this.....

"These trees appear to be graying at the twigs."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! LOVE IT!

Great capture!

X ya!

Linda Reeder said...

You are too clever!

Rambling Woods said...

They do...!!!!

LadyFi said...

Just lovely! Frosted twigs perhaps?

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOVE these pics, my dear....Do you think it is what happens to these trees in Winter? Whatever it is---it's soooo interesting and rather mysterious looking, too!

Granny Annie said...

Yep, just call me a tree:)

Ivanhoe said...

I guess they must have hard times and stress just like us people. Then they get the greys :)
Have a great Sunday, Di!

Happy Elf Mom said...

I gray too but I don't get a "springtime." Doggone it!

Akelamalu said...

Well fancy that! :0

HermanTurnip said...

Those aren't dead branches on an evergreen tree, are they?

Marg said...

Great pictures. Guess everything has a time table. But maybe they will come back to life. Take care.

I'm With Stupid said...

Much like my hair. Except I'm not all that distinguished. ;-)

Jay

Daryl Edelstein said...

I wonder why/how that happens

Hilary said...

Lovely, they are. I'm not that distinguished yet. ;)