T is for...Trees



I can't find an appropriate photo for ABC Wednesday except this one taken at the University of the Philippines (Los BaƱos) grounds. There is something that caught my attention, maybe the coconut trees were almost symmetrical except for the stunted one. Anyhow, I thought this is pretty, imperfection adds zest, don't you think?

You can find other "T" things over @ mrsnesbitt or you can join, it would be fun!




I also had the chance to visit Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer who hosts Outdoor Wednesday.  I hope to visit everyone here , too!

 

21 pinky-swear friends shared a thought or two...:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I enjoyed your photo, and as my father in law would say about the one stunted palm, "Ah, the glory of the imperfect!"

Happy Outdoor Wednesday...

Ms. Latina said...

What a beautiful picture and I totally agree, imperfections are what makes life so well... PERFECT!


Happy outdoor Wednesday and thank you for stopping by my blog for Wordful/Wordless Wednesday!

lareine said...

Well, I guess our "imperfections" makes us "different." And when we are "different", we can be "noticed" --- like this stunted coconut tree :)

And besides, if the world is perfect, then there's nothing for us to aspire or to hope for, right?

Southern Lady said...

Isn't it interesting that of all the trees, we noticed the imperfect one first. I think that makes it special in its own way.

Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment for me at Southern Lagniappe. I'm so glad it led me to your blog.

I'll be back to visit again soon.

Sincerely,

Janie

hip chick said...

We don't get palm trees where I am. I love to see pictures of them elsewhere.

The Mind of a Mom said...

Your photos are pretty! The Trees look like they are in tree jail :o)
Thanks for stopping by my blog

Cass @ That Old House said...

It is always all right to be a little "different!"
Cass

Martha in PA said...

Thanks for stopping by. Great posts, palm trees are always good... there always seems to be one that can't keep up when they are planted in a row!

DaisyDeadhead said...

Great photo!

mimbles said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

The palms are great, the little one looks kind of cheeky standing in line with all the grown-ups :-)

Lori E said...

That short pine looks like me amongst everyone else because I'm a shorty.

Mary said...

It is a lovely photo. Thank you for sharing it with us. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

Tumblewords: said...

Beautiful - nicely posed trees!

Dragonstar said...

Great choice for T, and I agree about the short one.
Thanks for visiting mine :)

Pam said...

That is a wonderful choice for trees! Thanks for visiting me. Hope you stop back by. : )

Stine in Ontario said...

I like seeing a collection of something in which one object is not perfect. :)

Mridula said...

I wonder how old the big one must be!

Roger Owen Green said...

Ah, they're ALL perfect, in their imperfect ways.

jay said...

I love the idea of photographing trees through the trunks of other trees! And yes, you're right, the 'stunted' one makes for a MUCH more interesting picture! :)

eileeninmd said...

Love the photo, some people might not even notice the difference.

sunnymama said...

Great pictures of the trees! :)