Saturday, 1 February 2014

PICTURE THIS #236 ~ TREES AND ANYTHING THEY PRODUCE

THANK YOU DANETTE FOR THE GREAT THEME

ALSO A GREAT BANNER ANDERS

UMBRELLA PINE THEY PRODUCE PINE NUTS SO GOOD TO COOK WITH!! photo DSC00175.jpg

WISTERIA HAS THE MOST WONDERFUL SMELL AND FLOWERS wisteria in the spring in Florence photo 55da.jpg

LEAVES, LOTS OF WONDERFUL LEAVES!! photo DSC01618.jpg


9 comments:

  1. Hi Heidi !! Three really nice shots for Danette's theme :-)) Good shot of the pines in the first photo. It's a good juxtaposition, seeing them through the wooden frames. Wonderfully colourful wisteria in the second shot. Lovely autumn golds in the third shot!!

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  2. I love pine nuts, they are so expensive here I can rarely afford them :( Wisteria is as beautiful as it smells.
    The mountain shot with the golden leaves and stone structure is lovely.

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  3. Like the pine shot. I had a wisteria for years, but it began to take over. Lovely flowers and scents and good shot. Lovely Autumn picture in the third.

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  4. Thanks Heidi.

    Terrific framing of the pine tree

    Looks almost impressionistic

    Beautiful fall image

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  5. Hi, Heidi. I had always wondered where pine nuts (pignoli) came from. That shot is beautifully framed. Wisteria is gorgeous. Your third shot is my favorite, a stunner even before I saw the castle. Wow and double wow.

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    1. Thank you benni
      we use to collect the pine cones and let them dry the they spring open and you can crack them and save them for free

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  6. Three nice shots.... gorgeous autumn colours in the third, my favourite.

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  7. Wonderful shots, Heidi. I'm pleased that one of your shots is of the umbrella pines. Pine nuts are expensive. Italian bakers use them in cookies. So delicious. Wisteria blossoms here in May. What a beautiful tree. I love the golden color of the leaves surrounding the turret.

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