Bentonville, North Carolina
From Wikipedia regarding the Civil War Battle of Bentonville:
“The site of the battle is preserved as the Bentonville Battleground State Historic Site, which was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1996. The park, founded in 1965, includes 130 acres (0.53 km2) of the battlefield and runs a visitor’s center adjacent to the restored Harper House, which served as a hospital for Union soldiers during the battle. The Bentonville Battlefield Historical Association, the Civil War Trust (a division of the American Battlefield Trust) also own portions of the battlefield not included in the state park, including 1,770 acres (7.2 km2) by the Trust alone.The Trust and its partners, including the historical association, have acquired and preserved a total of 1,861 acres (7.53 km2) of the battlefield in more than 50 separate acquisitions since 1990.”
The tree photo was taken on March 21st of 2017 in front of the Harper House. Spring is just around the corner, so leaves had not started to bud yet.
Sunday Trees is a weekly feature from the blog of Becca Givens called ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea’.
The desolation at Yellowstone National Park when trees come in contact with the toxic outflow from this very active volcanic site.
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My wife Alice and I have been married for 25 years today. The theme for our wedding was ‘A Whole New World’ from the Disney movie Aladdin. How appropriate. We have been all over the world and all over the United States together. The travel continues this September with a European cruise from Amsterdam to Rome.
I selected two photos for this post. The first is at the Arch of Cabo San Lucas.
The second is from Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
It is hard to believe, but life gets better with every year.
Yellowstone National Park. August 2008.
Bison feeding in field.
Falkland Islands, March 18, 2018
Penguin breeding colony.
I was looking for some unusual fields in my photos for this challenge.
To enjoy other entries, go to Frank Jansen’s blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘.
The incredible story of the Star Spangled Banner.
Mendenhall Gardens, Juno, Alaska.
Overlook from Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, USA.
Here is my entry to Becca’s Sunday Trees challenge. Welcome to lovely South Carolina at the Magnolia Plantation in the Charleston area.
Yellowstone is a perfect setting for Earth, Water, and Air.
This tree was just outside of the train museum in Chatham Massachusetts (on Cape Cod).
I don’t know about you, but I see a face in the tree.
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