11 June 2009

Guidelines

Sometimes Evan and I go for drives simply to look at the countryside around our school. On these trips, one of our favorite things to spot is beautiful trees. In order for a tree to be noteworthy, it must: a) not be pruned, b) have wide, arcing branches, and c) appear suitable for a treehouse. We've never really laid out the rules quite so strictly; I suppose we just have the same aesthetic. I believe he would approve of this tree in Oxford, England.

9 comments:

thegoodgirlgoneblog.com said...

Haha that's adorable :)

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Your noteworthy tree criteria is perfection. I totally agree. Happy Thursday!

JanelleGrace said...

What a wonderful tree... I want to climb up in it and relax.

leni said...

i'd love to be laying down under that tree right now!

LouDuk said...

That is a stunning photograph. What camera did you use to capture it?

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Rebecca said...

The photo isn't mine! It's by Jacqueline Poggi on flickr. Please see the link at the bottom of my post to see the photography specs :)

Lauren Elizabeth said...

lovely! just lovely. :)

our little love nest said...

No kidding...it is super gorgeous! I love your tree rules. I would have to say this one is a perfect tree, it just needs a swing attached to that branch...or maybe that is just me.;)

K @ Blog Goggles said...

Haha these are great rules. I think that one works.