Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Snapshots - Fred Howard Park P4

Greetings from the Hermit-Writer. Continuing...with my safari of Jan 25


A Great Egret. 


Kind of an artsy fartsy shot, but I love it.


I wanted to lay in the grass and take a nap.


 I love trees.


Fred Howard Park a bit of a trip from Tampa, but such a nice little park.


The wandering oaks are just so cool.


I love trees. Yep...I'm a hugger.

17 comments:

  1. Hugging is a good thing :-)

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  2. Pretty Egret. And I love all the trees.. Great photos, enjoy your day!

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  3. The artsy fartsy tree is coming to get you one dark night.

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  4. We live among the live oaks here in Texas, which have lots of twisted branches and unusual shapes. I love them as well.

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  5. Artsy fartsy, somebody might add that to the Urban dictionary, if they haven't already. My words for your lovely captures- I want them all! :) But then my words are being released from a frozen brain wave- normally, I'm not so selfish!

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  6. me too and i am running out of nice things to say about them!! i adore egrets as well, nice shot!!!

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  7. I love this post! It is universal. Love your little thoughts under each posting. A delight. Made me smile. from another tree hugger.

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  8. I love this post! It is universal. Love your little thoughts under each posting. A delight. Made me smile. from another tree hugger.

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  9. Well Well what do my eyes see..A science fiction writer!Soo Nice!!!
    Beautiful shoots as well..Love the 2&last one.
    Greetings Anita

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  10. These shots are VERY welcome, considering we're surrounded by snow and extreme cold right now!

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  11. love those oaks, give them a hug for me too.

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  12. Nice set of images. Trees have so much character and I love to photograph them.

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  13. I love all those twisty trees. I sometimes look at trees just for their own unique personalities.

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  14. Who can't love trees?

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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