Still Holding On

The root system must be pretty good on this old willow tree.

He's still holding on for dear life. 


Linking with Yogi, Sylvia & Sandy for 

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Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Comments

Rose said…
Nice shot...takes me back to childhood when we played in the creek every day almost.
Nancy Chan said…
Hi Felicia. You have a beautiful banner. This lovely photo also reminds me of my childhood days. I used to go with my friends to the little stream near our house to catch the little river fishes. Whenever I am caught I get punished and locked up in my room. Those were the days!
Lady Fi said…
So resilient and lovely!
A beautiful little place! That leaning tree would be great for a rope swing! xx Karen
Mildred said…
Very pretty scene. A neighbor has a willow tree and it is one of the first things to turn green in spring!
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
Wonderful this image of nature.
Great!!

Best regards,
Marco
Tom said…
...our recent winds would have blown it over!
eileeninmd said…
Hello, it is hanging on. Pretty sky, great capture. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!
Lea said…
How pleasant it must be to stand there beside the willow, just enjoying the beautiful day!
Linda W. said…
That's one tough tree!
James said…
A beautiful shot on a beautiful day!

I also like your header picture.
Ruth Hiebert said…
That makes for good photography.One of these days that tree will fall over, but until then,I see more photos of it showing up.
Valerie said…
I get he feeling that if it falls over another one will grow in it's place. Nice shot.
Michelle said…
It's really in there for the long haul!!
The Furry Gnome said…
We see a lot of trees like that when we're canoeing.
Pretty shot. Perfect for a rope swing or an old tire!!
Debby Ray said…
We had two huge willows in our front yard when I was a kid...loved them! Great pic!
Paul said…
I agree with some of your other commenters, might be the perfect place for a rope swing. Nice find!
Revrunner said…
One day that'll make for a great tanning stand for a turtle. :-)
Sandra said…
what a wonderful pastoral scene. just gorgeous.
don said…
This tilting willow tree is very impressive. It's obviously tough to continue living.
Thomas Lee said…
Beautiful,a survivor
GreenComotion said…
Hi Felicia-
What a lovely scene!
This scene reminds me of the first episode of Grantchester - a British Detective Series. It is pretty good, if you like to watch such shows.
I agree with the other comments.
Would be a great place to swing into the water :)
Have a Happy Weekend!
Peace :)
Brian King said…
That's beautiful!
NatureFootstep said…
lol, quite amazing really. Hope it stays another year.
Beautiful picture, makes you wonder about trees, and how their root systems work! Amazing shot :)
Ida said…
They say a tree planted by water is sturdier than one that is not. - Nice shot.
colleen said…
A little pink and peach fuzz, coming into its own.