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The many stages of trees

We went back to the 412-acre National Arboretum, located in northeast Washington, D.C., about a 15-minute drive from our house. It was cloudy this time, but there were many more azaleas in bloom, some of them my favorites from years past. The dogwoods had already lost all their blossoms.

Beauty in green and gold, posted earlier

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Julie Oldfield10-May-2018 01:43
All stages of life beautifully captured. V
Nirvan Hope10-May-2018 00:27
An excellent title for the young, the old and the ancient!
Kuriacose Joseph09-May-2018 12:29
The cycle of life.
danad09-May-2018 10:06
A beautiful palette of colors around this old piece of tree. A well composed image. V.
Tom LeRoy09-May-2018 09:05
Marvelous combination of colors. Excellent framing and detail. V
Ika Zinka Eferl09-May-2018 07:09
Beautiful, nice colors and composition. V
Chris Morton09-May-2018 06:53
that trunk has almost come back to another life
Liz Bickel09-May-2018 06:27
Good eye to see the old, new, and current all together in Nature. Lovely shot.
joseantonio09-May-2018 04:07
you have captured all the beauty of the forest.V.
Hank Vander Velde09-May-2018 01:58
A beautiful image with nice vivid colors Helen.
Jeff Real09-May-2018 01:58
You are really capturing all of the beauty
Jim Coffman09-May-2018 01:13
Old wood had a lot of character.. Very nice capture, Helen...
Lamar Nix09-May-2018 01:13
WE often hear the expression, "splash of color". This would be "waves of color"! Looks like something is calling that burrow under the log, "home". V
larose forest photos09-May-2018 01:08
This is such an appealingly beautiful image. It would be wonderful to wander through here. V