Size of the tree limbs

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UploadedDecember 4, 2017
TakenDecember 4, 2017
MakeNikon
ModelCOOLPIX P900
Exposure1/80 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length5 mm
ISO200
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This gives you a general idea the size of the weeping willow tree limbs that our neighbor in red jacket at the far end of this picture helped my husband with in tackling the job of getting it cut up with his loader, wood splitter and chain saws...They have been working today since 9:30 AM with a break between when it rained and also yesterday afternoon when the limbs were cut off that were arching over in front of our house. The tree was over 100 years old and it was magnificent in its day but age and storms got the best of it! Trees like humans do not live forever.

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  • Tiia Vissak

    Tiia Vissak gave props (4 Dec 2017):

    a cool angle!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (5 Dec 2017):

    Excellent pov on this one.. what an incredible tree it was!

  • Ikhlef A.

    Ikhlef A. said (19 Dec 2017):

    It must have lots of stories to tell this tree. Just ask him.
    Nice image that puts the subject and its memories into focus.

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen said (19 Dec 2017):

    Thank you for your comments...Yes the weeping willow tree would have lots of stories to tell.
    The previous owner of our place planted this magnificent tree when he was 6 years old
    A peddler gave him a willow stick to plant who came to their house and sold his parents other plants as well such as the Dutchman's Pipe. .He told us the story of this when he was 70 years old in 1973 after he sold his place to us...which meant the willow tree was planted in 1909...The previous owner and his wife have been dead for a number of years but the willow tree limbs that fell over from a storm October 26, 2010 outlived him by many years....

    An interesting note to add The tree that was planted in 1909 got its start the same year as my mother was born and was struck by a storm exactly a year to the day before she died.

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