Thursday, December 17, 2009

O, Sycamore

O, Sycamore
Just breezing through my old photo files and found this under Holiday 2007. I love sycamores in the wintertime.
I used Florabella's vintage summer as well as Florabella's nostalgia texture on this shot and love the color of the sky.

19 comments:

Mary said...

love, love, LOVE!

suzyQ said...

Love this! Gorgeous.

Betty said...

Amazing I Love your tree it is beautiful.
~~Love Hugs and Good Thoughts~~

Char said...

me too - love that white trunk

Scriptor Senex said...

Can I be really picky and say I think the tree is a London Plane. I thought that the other day when you showed the lovely photo of the fruits. Whatever it is they are great photos.

Country Girl said...

It's really a sycamore. Some call them Buttonwoods. But a sycamore it most certainly is. I lived with rows of them down the driveway for 10 years and in fact, the owner of the horse farm where we lived back then, had his farm named after them.

~ C.G.

Jeanne Klaver said...

The sycamore is one of my favorites. Love the perspective in this photo!

The Japanese Redneck said...

We have them in Mississippi too. I love your picture.

Daryl said...

Oh la la ... and I love how the background on your blog compliments the Sycamore colors

The Curious Cat said...

Wow! Photo tips and tutorials please! I want to have your skill! xxx

Caroline said...

That is one intense tree!

Mrs Soup said...

This is beautiful! It looks like a paint by number...

Mental P Mama said...

Perfection;) Now....back to my list.

JC said...

I like trees and you made this one look even better ...

Sharon said...

Beautiful image. There is a sycamore down the street. I haven't paid much attention to it besides its huge leaves all over the block. I'll take a closer look.

Scriptor Senex said...

Obviously a USA / UK thing! In this country we call these London Planes (Platanus x hispanica syn. P. acerifolia) and the Sycamore in the UK is a different tree - Acer pseudoplatanus. I shall know in future!

ELK said...

this is stunning ...they are such different trees from the leaves to the trunk!

ps love your holiday cards..

Patrina said...

Perfect shot. Perfect color! I love old trees!

Steph said...

Oh my gosh, im new to your blog and just LOVE this picture.