Sunday Trees – 7th Anniversary

Plaza San Francisco, Cartagena, Spain


This is the second tree from Plaza San Francisco. I posted the first tree on Sunday Trees – 362 on October 21st. Here is that photo:


This ancient pair of trees dominate the plaza and are just outside of a wonderful wine bar called ‘la loca JUANA’, the window of which is shown below:


I had a wonderful glass of local red wine and an absolutely delicious tapas dish. If you are in Cartagena, stop in and try their fare.

Sunday Trees is a wonderful challenge hosted by Becca Givens at her blog ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea‘. Thank you, Becca, for 7 years of Sunday Trees. You have done a marvelous job.

Sunday Trees – 360 – Thursday Doors

Saintes, France

These two trees are in the gardens in front of the Palais De Justice in Saintes, France. Notice the touch of red in the door in the lower right quadrant.

Here are the doors up close:


Sunday Trees is sponsored by Becca Givens at the blog “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea“.

Thursday Doors is sponsored by Norm at “Norm 2.0“.

Follow the links to see other entries in these weekly challenges.

Sunday Trees – 356

Tierra del Fuego National Park, Ushuaia, Argentina

Becca’s post reminded me of pictures I took this spring on our trip around Cape Horn. Here are a few trees surrounding the southern most post office in South America. The cold and wet weather here leaves many of the trees with stunted growth and covered in moss or lichen.





Sunday Trees is a weekly challenge hosted by Becca Givens on her blog ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea‘. Follow the link to explore other entries for this week.

Sunday Trees – 355

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.[34] 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.[35]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.[36]”

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.

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Sunday Trees is a weekly feature from the blog of Becca Givens called ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea’.