This eucalyptus tree is outside the tasting pavilion at Juanico Winery.
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Here is my entry to Becca’s Sunday Trees challenge. Welcome to lovely South Carolina at the Magnolia Plantation in the Charleston area.
Sailing out of Stockholm, Sweden, we passed by this wonderful outcrop of rock with a bench for viewing the harbor nestled among a few trees. Trees can grow almost anywhere, including small nooks and crannies in solid bedrock.
Minutes later, we passed a small island covered with beautiful trees:
Trees are one thing you will find in abundance when you travel on the north side of the Baltic Sea to Finland, Sweden, and Norway.
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Alexander Pushkin is a famous Russian Poet. This statue is located on the grounds of the ‘Summer Palace’ in Pushkin, Russia, about a half hour drive from St. Petersburg.
Behind the palace is a wonderful garden filled with trees. Here is just one example:
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Savijarvi Horse Farm – Sipoo, Finland.
This tree is just outside of the manor house of the Savijarvi Horse Farm. Soon there well be an entire post on our visit to this beautiful family farm, so keep watch.
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These three lovely trees grow side by side on the bank of the Porvoonjoki river that runs alongside the medieval town of Porvoo, Finland.
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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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Here we have a lone sentinel overlooking Oyster Pond off Queen Anne Road in Chatham, Massachusetts.
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I thought that on the week of the 4th of July, that this image was appropriate.
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Tree before the storm arrives.
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