The pale green lichen and the dark green moss are what caught my eye, and then I thought, “Oh, this might be worthy of a #thicktrunktuesday post!”
So far our Solstice display includes a militaristic Santa nutcracker, a few pine fronds to represent the tree, and a Christmas card with green giraffes.
Hanging in the shade with my sweetie.
My workouts these days have tended toward circuits, and each circuit usually ends with a core exercise—often hollow-body holds. When I workout under the sycamore tree, this is what I see during that exercise. 🏋🏻♂️ #mbaug
Taking my coffee out on the patio, watching the dawn light up the trees. A nice change from sitting at the computer.
South of the University of Illinois Arboretum I came upon this most excellent climbing tree. (A couple of those branches are dead, so be careful.) Sharing to remember it’s precise location.
If trees want to have sex they should get a room. Preferably one with some air filtration.
Bitterly cold today, but a nice blue sky. (The opposite of warmth? I ask in a lame attempt to touch on the micro.blog photo prompt for the day.) 📷 #mbfeb
I continue to be impressed with Android’s night sight functionality. Plus, I liked this view of the snow out the study window. 📷 #mbfeb
I don’t play around with b&w photography much, but this subject seemed to lend itself to this treatment. (This could qualify for either the “above” or the “contrast” prompt for 📷 #mbfeb )