January 25, 2010


Chatty Crone

So many gals like pink - I love red - the heart - the color of passion - it makes you feel so alive doesn't it?

Love your pictures Sallie.


sallie (FullTime-Life)

I'm told the tree is a Japanese Red-Barked Maple. As RVers we do our gardening vicariously -- enjoying the efforts of those who live more stable lives! Glad everybody liked the reds.

Margot  at Joyfully Retired

All that red is so cheerful. It's very gray here in Northern California. I really like the red tree.

Quasi Serendipita

What is the red tree (?) in the last picture? I've never seen anything like that before. No reds here, but my inside daffodils are blooming and the garden has some shoots (snails had a good go at them while I was in hospital but there are still some left!) - so hopefully spring will continue to push her way forward :)


That's a lovely color for us here whose ground is white and naked brown trees ^_^

Fish minus chips


The red tree and especially its trunk, is outstanding. It sort of reminds me of manzanita wood but with a hint of extra brightness.

Sally - go to Picnik.com and explore the collage possibilties (and other things) there. Easy to use and lots of cool editing options will be at your fingertips.

Jennifer Jilks

Red? We're just green and white, with brown bark!!!
Thanks for visiting!


Sallie, you found wonderful red. Is that last photo a red twig dogwood?



Beautiful! They'd look great in my yard!


Lovely Sallie!
I don't know what that last red branch tree is but I know I WANT one. :)

Lady Fi

Ah, to find some red during the winter is a miracle - and a cheerful one too!

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