Monday, June 3, 2013

"O" What An Interesting Tree...

The other day, while walking along Reynolds St. in Oakville, this tree caught my eye.


Okay, here's what it looked like before I started playing in Photoshop Elements. LOL.  All of a sudden that funny "O" makes sense.  I'm glad they found a way to make it work without cutting down the tree!


24 comments:

  1. Now that's a smart work crew. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  2. I really like that picture. It is like a tree window.

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  3. I couldn't work it out at first until I saw your second shot. How clever.

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    1. Thanks. It's a pretty funny looking tree!

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  4. Oh cool! A great way to save a tree that is growing ito the hydro lines!

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    1. Great to see that they spare the tree isn't it!

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  5. Great idea on how to save the tree...plus I bet it gets lots of attention as people drive or walk by.

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    1. Thanks. Funny how the odd immediately catch our eye.

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  7. A perfect O! Lovely tree shots!

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    1. Thanks. They did a nice job of pruning! LOL

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  8. cool tree indeed. Nice job removing the powerlines. :)

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    1. Thanks. It looks strange without them as 'explanation' of the strange pruning.

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  9. Better than just hacking off half of it like they do here!

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    1. Yes, absolutely. I've seen some that were not done well, so this was a very refreshing sight!

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  10. O! Isn't it wonderful to be able to remove wires at the touch of a button. This would be great in Eugene Oregon (near where we live in the summer) because of course the big O is seen all over as the symbol for the University teams.

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    1. Thanks Sallie, and yes, that would be perfect out there!

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  11. How nice someone took the effort to do that. Our trees here have been cut right down the middle and look terrible.

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    1. I know what you mean Stephanie. I've seen some as you describe them too.

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  12. Wonderful. I have always wondered why they plant trees under the wires. Tree grow. But it makes it interesting with some of the shapes the tree trimming people make. Great shot.

    Earl

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