Clinging to the edge of Orcas Island, Washington this old growth Douglas fir may no longer be there, as this photo was taken ten years ago.
The beautiful bark and twisting branches of Arbutus menziesii or Pacific madrone are a striking part of the landscape of Orcas Island. Commonly called madrona in the US and arbutus in Canada, this broadleaf evergreen tree is native to the western coastal areas of North America.
The dog park Jello and I frequent has a nice stand of pine trees. The shadows on this particular day were so lovely I snapped this photo, my final offering to Becky’s square tree challenge.
Wishing everyone safe travels. Please be kind and stay safe.🐾
oh these are beautiful, such a fabulous way to finish #TreeSquares
Lovely trees. I love the bark especially the Madrona.
The roots, trunk, and shadows are all beautifully captured! Love thise collection. 🙂
Three lovely tree squares. I don’t know which I like best.
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