Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Posts tagged “trees

Can’t Let Go


April 20, 2017

The beech leaves, that is, seen April 2 at Schoepfle Garden. But maybe you were thinking of the song.


Ohio Ice and Snow 14

April 1, 2017


Snow in April 2016—11


January 28, 2017

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Snow in April 2016—7


January 24, 2017

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Snow in April 2016—4


January 21, 2017

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Snow in April 2016—3


January 20, 2017

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Snow in April 2016—2


January 19, 2017

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Snow in April 2016—1


January 18, 2017

For the first time in many years, I was back in Ohio during April last year. We had snow the second week of that month, and I couldn’t have been happier about it. I’d been missing photographing snow, and there was my chance. I no longer owned boots, however, so didn’t venture past the windows and front porch of the house. . . . Looks like I never posted these.

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Recent Finds in Selby Gardens 4


January 5, 2017

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Woods from the Edge of the Road 4


December 5, 2016

This may be the thorniest osage orange tree I’ve ever seen.

Update later in the day: Botanist husband David says the reason this is the thorniest osage orange tree I’ve even seen is that it is not an osage orange tree but a honey locust (Gleditsia triacanthos).

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