Going out in a blaze of glory for the final #TreeSquare!

Tree Square – Day #31

Autumn Colour

I love autumn in Tumbarumba, which is usually from March to May (for us down under peeps).

So for my final day of #TreeSquare I’m going out in a blaze of glory!

May the light always be with you 🙂

Autumn leaf
Autumn leaf with sunshine peeping through

Becky’s square theme for July has been Trees – it’s been another fun monthly challenge where she posted a square photo of a tree (in some form) every day and invited us all to join in. It’s been great seeing everyone’s posts from around the world and a wonderful excuse to blog more often than normal, especially as the winter weather here has been quite unrelenting!

I hope you have enjoyed my offerings throughout the month, I’ve tried to show a variety of trees from around my home and country, sharing some of my thoughts along the way – good and bad!

All my #TreeSquare posts can be found here

Thanks Becky for all your comments, shares and wonderful galleries of our posts throughout the month of July.

We’re now at the end of the month of trees and I hope you have Jon Bon Jovi’s song Blaze of Glory on repeat in your head – as I have!

Thanks for all your visits and comments throughout the month, normal transmission will resume next month – maybe!

Deb 🙂

squares logo
Becky’s squares logo

Also sharing for Natalie’s #weekendcoffeeshare


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43 Replies to “Going out in a blaze of glory for the final #TreeSquare!”

  1. Hi Deb. I was not able to follow much of the action in the Tree Squares project, and I’m a confirmed tree-lover. . . but your final offering above was great.
    I’m also not much of a photographer and prefer the written word for blogging while using a few photos to grab attention of clarify some point.
    It’s great how blogging gives us such flexibility.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Gary, I have fallen into using photography to help my words along and love the creativity it gives me. Flexibility in blogging is so good to see, each of us does it differently but it all works out well!

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    1. Thanks Terri, I totally agree with you, I’ve loved sharing trees and seeing others share their tree photos. I’m so glad my post has made your day :). I smiled when you said ‘see you Sunday’ as if we just live around the corner from each other, and not half way across the world – the joy of blogging continues for me everyday! See you Sunday 🙂

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    1. Thanks Janis, I thought so too, especially as it’s been quite a wet miserable wintry month for me . I wanted to bring a bit of vibrancy and colour for my final #treesquare post

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