Thursday, July 31, 2008

In the thick of it

Tulip poplars in July.Tulip poplars, in a deep grove off of Park Line Drive, Monday evening.

Tulip poplars in April.Back in April.

Tulip poplars in January.Back in January.

5 comments:

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

I love the transition......great shots!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Those are such beautiful trees. If the "tulip poplar" is the same kind of poplar that we have here. We call the ones here "poplar" and they grow to a huge size especially along our creeks and rivers. They have mottled white and gray bark.

I have thought about doing this to something, like a bug or a bear but we don't have bears and the bugs are not very cooperative and none ever come back for me to take a second shot.

Just Roaming The Cities said...

Good job! I have done this recently on my blog as well, and I just love to see the transitions between seasons.
Have a great weekend!

lv2scpbk said...

My favorite is the last photo with the trees reaching up into the blue sky. Looks like they have little arms moving about.

Mike said...

Awesome shots... One of my favorite things to do is compare the same physical space over periods of time. Keep up the great work and thank you!