San Antonio Road, Petaluma, CA January 15, 2015
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Category: California, Landscape, Nature, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: Blue Sky, California, California Live Oak, cows, eating, green, Hills, landscape, live oak, Nature, oak, pastoral, Petaluma, trees
Now that’s a tree with character.
Brenda, we’re fortunate to have these beautiful California Life Oak trees. They are particularly dramatic during the period when they have no leaves.
The oak trees that grow in the southeast, while massive and beautiful, seem to have less character. Regrettably their roots are not deep thus they often are uprooted during storms.
I’m familiar with those trees. As I remember they have a lot of Spanish moss on them. They are beautiful.
Nice, Tim. This tree looks kind of familiar. You sure about the road? Its not San Antonio Rd or Red Hill Rd?
Thank you Rawls. You’re right, it is San Antonio Rd. I made the correction. As always, I much appreciate your comments.
You’re welcome, Tim. No matter the location, this is a very nice oak and a great image of it.
A truly magic photo, Tim!
Thank you Marcus
You chose a perfect caption!
Marland, thank you. It did seem to fit with those cows.
Marcus, thank you.
So very peaceful.
Thank you. I would agree.
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