Tree Square – Day #24
Right, stop wallowing – my inner voice yells at me!
You know it’s winter, it rains, it’s cold and you can’t get out much; it’s miserable, foggy, frosty, snowy and sometimes all within the one day – she continues loudly.
Your sunroom didn’t get squashed by the falling tree so stop feeling miserable!
So today, as we are inching closer and closer to spring, I am sharing some of my favourite magnolia tree shots.
It’s the bestest tree in my garden and I have to make the most of it as it comes and goes so quickly during September. I find myself watching it daily as it starts to bud and then brilliantly comes alive as everything starts waking up from their winter hibernation.
Keep calm, it’s winter!
Let’s start with some unfurling buds –
And finish with some flowers!
My tree is now huge and I would claim it as my greatest garden accomplishment, but I don’t do anything to help it along except take copious photos throughout its various stages of growth.
I’m definitely not responsible for it’s fabulousness!
Becky’s square theme for July is Trees – it’s a monthly challenge where she posts a square photo of a tree (in some form) every day and she invites us all to join in, either daily or spasmodically as the whim takes us! It’s great seeing everyone’s posts from around the world.
The message for the day, to myself, is to stop wallowing! There’s a lot going on in the world at the moment, but I have to say sharing these beauties has made me feel a bit better – oh and a walk in the forest in the rain, helped too!
I’m joining Denyse for #lifethisweek where the prompt is Share your Snaps.
Are you a magnolia fan too?
PS: A brief apology (#sorrynotsorry) to some readers who may get tired of my extra posts and my photos of trees – but it’s a warm wintry welcome to my world! I have a lot of trees around my place so this is something I’m enjoying!
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