Wednesday, April 3, 2013

A Fork In The Tree


19 comments:

DJan said...

Yep, it's a fork, all right! :-)

Akelamalu said...

Looks like a fork to me. ;)

ellen abbott said...

On one weekend canoe camping trip, somehow the utensil box got left behind so one of the guides whittled forks for everyone out of sticks.

Mike said...

Did someone stick a fork in that tree to see if it was done?

Daryl said...

it sure looks like thats is forking the tree... i hope it kissed it first

Sylvia K said...

A fork and a BIG one! Wonder what that tree was eating???

Ron said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

a fork in the tree!

Love it! And perfect for your blog!!

Nice capture, Dianne!

X

Jay Simser said...

The tow pictures you posted today on your blogs are great..If I made a comment about the FORK on this family friendly blog I might just get kicked off..Love seeing the green come back. Hugs, j

I'm With Stupid said...

That's pretty cool. Even see a spork in a tree? That would be really wild.


Jay

caregiver/Gin said...

Very cool and especially for this blog!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Which fork did you take? Looks like spring is finally on its way for y'all.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Amazing picture, my dear Dianne....I love when you come across the unexpected!

CrystalChick said...

Well, that's very interesting! Bet the fork was hoping for some leaves though. Soon enough, there will be plenty of greens. :)

Cherie said...

Ha-ha-ha! Good one! :)

Linda Reeder said...

The fork of the moment

HermanTurnip said...

If course there's a fork in the tree. You ever see a spoon in a tree? Heh...

ds said...

Ah, but whose?

Granny Annie said...

Looks like a monster's hand getting ready to molest the other tree. Okay, okay, I see the fork too:)

Hilary said...

Very cool. I bet they'll spoon later. ;)