Saturday, October 23, 2010

Tree Is Heart!

I have walked by this tree hundreds of times.
Without noticing it's shape -
a beautiful heart!


Terra said...

Hearts are all around us and this is another beautiful find.

Beth Niquette said...

Ooooh....OH! That is one of the most beautiful hearts I've ever seen, Sissy. It is beautiful. Fills my eyes, too.

Terry said...

Howdy Clytie
Yes you may link to my blog post!
Thank you so much for dropping by to visit .
I love your tree heart :)
It is so perfect to remind us to open our eyes and embrace the love that comes our way.
I am still busy with both my parents it has been a rough go for a while now ,but knowing there are hearts all around me here in blogland sure makes life a lot easier.
Thank you so much for following along with me this past year.
Blessings to you and yours.
Big Texas hugs coming your way.
Until Next Time
Happy Trails

Diane AZ said...

Awesome find! The heart tree was there the whole time, but now with the autumn coloring its shape can be distinguished from the evergreens behind it.

~Cheryl said...

Very neat and wonderful! Such a nice puffy heart.

kavita said...

One of the most amazing heart i ever saw !How are you friend ?

tapirgal said...

It certainly IS a heart! That's great that you found something new right along the path :) Absolultely, I'd love to have you use the purple Chihuly glass from Tapirgal's Daily. Thanks!!!

Tammie Lee said...

maybe in a different season it looks different! How lovely!

Dani said...

great one.
hugs dear Clytie.

A Dancing Mango said...

Dearest Clytie,
So nice to take time to come here and just read and look at your awesome photos.
gosh, Fb takes up my time!! sorry I haven't been around as much deary.
You surely can use my clock for "Guest heart Thursday" and I am extremely honored that you asked me.. !! Hugs.. ♥♥♥

JANN said...

Wow 10 comments, your blog is doing so good and 70 followers - I am so proud of you .
Wish mine was this popular, I mean the Bouquet of Tulle Roses. YES I see the clever heart, it obviously likes to hide from pple!

Aubrey S. said...

It's amazing what we see in nature. And how many details we don't see the first 100 times we go by.