Cee’s Fun Foto: Weathered Wood


These weathered tree branches look much a like sculptures. Texas Parks and Wildlife puts great effort to maintain the beauty of the landscape without disturbing them. 


The one below was quite unique. It looked like the tree had stood there majestically for ages. When I first saw this tree, I thought it was like a sculpture of its own that spoke the power and beauty of nature.

As these branches became too heavy for the tree to hold, I guess for the safety reason, part of the aging tree had to come down. And, it did, which happened a couple of weeks after I took this photo.

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 Happy Thursday! 🙂


49 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto: Weathered Wood

  1. Trees definitely are natures sculptures. Here in Livermore our native Sycamores, Live Oak, and California Pepper trees have a lot of character and the older they get, the more character they take on.


    • I think you would like this spot, Helen! It’s not a big lake, but very pretty. We have a long trail (approx 12 miles) connecting 5, 6 nature parks with paved path and trails. Very cool. 🙂


  2. great take on the challenge – with your NG flair 🙂 ❤
    and I agree with the "the power and beauty of nature" you showed us – and I also like the different moods – like the first one has tension – we wonder what happened – the snap – the break (and cool triangle) – and then in the second – we feel restful and the process of aging seems to be doing its thing –
    and the bend in that other one – well I know someone who is feeling weighted down (and pulled on) like that right now – and could use some relief – (praying for her still) but how nice that you grabbed a photo weekend before it was cut back.


  3. Shapes and lines that artists would have to put too much effort to materialize their inspirations.Fabulous the first park scene with the wondrous wooden frame and amazing the story and the photos of the tangled tree limbs!The S-shaped dead branch on the pebbled space is Art in itself,indeed!Your love for nature and life is unending my lovely friend Amy!Enjoy your Saturday!Sending love,hugs and blessings your way 🙂 ❤ xxx

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