Friday, October 17, 2008

Sky Watch Friday

Continuing in Washington Oaks State Park we find a Skywatch photo featuring some tree with red berries draped in Spanish moss.  Any ideas as to what type of tree it might be?

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15 comments:

Migs CFL fan said...

Very nice shot. thanks for sharing.

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uncleawang said...

Nice shot ..Alan.
Happy SWF.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Could it be a mountain ash? Spanish moss is so beautiful. Happy Sky Watch!

Debbie said...

Nice shot. I love the moss handing in the trees.

Patty said...

Very pretty. I like the way you captured the little bit of fluffy white in the sky

Patty said...

Very pretty. I like the way you captured the little bit of fluffy white in the sky

ChrisC and JonJ said...

Could that be mistletoe growing in the trees.We have that growing in our oaks on the West coast of florida.

Powell River Books said...

I like standing in the forest and taking pictures up towards the sky like you do. I invite you to come see my sky views from the BC Ferry to Powell River. -- Margy

Rebeckah said...

I think Spanish Moss is so beautiful : )! Very pretty picture! Hope your weekend is wonderful. God bless.

Louise said...

Really nice perspective to capture this beautiful sky!

Arija said...

Super shot with the colour of the sky grading from dark to light sideways rather than up and down. The white cloud lights up the tree well too.

Gramma L said...

Love your new name, header, format, etc.
Nice skywatch picture.

Nancy said...

No idea what kind of tree it is, but I think the spanish moss is cool. Oh - the sky is great too. One of my favorite views of the sky is looking up through the trees. :)

Jeannelle said...

This makes a great SkyWAtch scene with the interesting branches and vines! Greetings from Iowa.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

nice SWF love the whole washington oaks series!!!