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Tonight's Sunset.

Posted by kentuck_8b (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 8, 07 at 19:58

Took this photo as I left my driveway this evening.

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Awesome!


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My very first thought.Oh,my God that is a great one for Halloween. Very pretty but the tree makes it look sinister. Like a big monster trying to grab you. Love it!!


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Hollywood needs that one for one of its Halloween movies.

Neat shot.


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Thanks, Everyone!

That tree, a Live Oak, in the photo is the same tree that I post photos of here regularly.

It has been dead for a few years now, killed by lightning, and is about 50 feet tall...so I guess it's a Dead Live Oak?

Anyway, here is a photo of the same tree taken from the other side, looking back toward my house. This pic was taken back in May of this year.

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Kt


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ooh what a capture, excellent.


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Both are great photos. A dead live oak. too funny.
Ron


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so what is that blooming in the field ? I LOVE that tree...nothing would ever make me remove it. I love the Dead Live Oak. c


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As for what's blooming, if I had to guess I'd say a poppy of somekind. Maybe California poppy. But, is kentuck really in Kentucky? I'm not familiar with eastern wildflowers.
Ron


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Thanks, all.

The flowers in the second photo are Coreopsis. We had an unusually wet Spring and it brought on the wildflowers.

We do have poppies that grow here also.

I live in southern Texas.

Kt


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Kt they are amazing...wildflowers in TX are really something. So you have a photo of a vast amount of bluebells? I love them too. c


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Not too many bluebells here, but maybe you meant bluebonnets? We have the most delicious Bluebell Ice Cream, though..MMMMM! Great stuff!

Here is a photo of some blubonnets taken back in late March.
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Kt


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