Nature is amazing. Some of the scenery I see along the way shows me that there is no end to the creativity of nature. So the word this Tuesday is Tree.
Being as I travel through a lot of rural areas and have been blessed to travel to the Caribbean I had a few tree photos stashed in my library.
This first photo is from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Along the Princess Walk there are trees that are completely twisted!
This second photo is from Gentry, Arkansas. There is little lake there hidden in the woods where the autumn sun made the colors just gorgeous!
This tree was in a shopping center in Oregon in the fall. The colors were so strong that I had to play with the photo a bit to give it a different look. I like the effect that I chose for it.
So, now you know what is next! Show me your trees!!!
Where to Willie and Seeing Spots are having a challenge for street photos. I have two that I like and they happen to both come from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
I have debated over and over again on whether to show this particular sign found on the sidewalk in San Juan, Puerto Rico. CAUTION: at least R rated!!!
But this just screamed SHARE to me for the travel challenge.
My apologies to my friends who might be offended.
Here are a few pics from San Juan Puerto Rico. Two are from El Morro, the fort – the first of the window looking into the chapel and the second from the entry of the fort looking to the main level of the fort. The other has appeared in a previous (and the most popular) FR&A post of a side street in SJ
Part of the Where’s My Backpack Challenge: Curves
One of the parks we visited in San Juan, Puerto Rico was very unique. I do not know the name of it but here are a few photos.
Hubby was very interested in this tree
Part of the Where’s My Backpack : Parks travel challenge
Thought of this the other day – so sharing it with you today. An accordion player on the street in Old San Juan.
These pictures are not framing quality but I always laugh when I look back at them. We had just been to a micro-brewery in San Juan and when we left we found that this little block’s road had a painter that had been there before they painted the road. Enjoy!