Some B’s and R’s and many Branches

I’ll start with the Branches on the old weeping Beech tree in the featured image. I pass it fairly often and recently I thought that some of the large branches were broken and lying on the ground. Today I took a closer look and saw that the branches, although resting on the ground, were healthy and still attached to the trunk. It’s a very dramatic tree, particularly in the winter when the branches are bare.

Old Beech tree
We had some drops of Rain on the way out but it didn’t amount to much.

Now for some more B’s and R’s from my ride to Starnberg the other day. We have been having mild weather and on that day there was even some sun.

Pig at Rest and some Blue and Red in the pig pen.
A Rusty chain
A driving Range and a mountain Range
My Boots for winter Riding with Red shoe laces, surrounded by Blades of grass
RailRoad tracks
Bridge over the River, or is it a Brook? Barn in the Background
Roots, Reflections, Ripples and a Rock

I'm a US born ex-pat, having lived most of my adult life in Munich, Germany. Cycling and photography are my favorite things.

3 response to "Some B’s and R’s and many Branches"

  1. By: NancyG Posted: February 19, 2023

    Nice show of all the different angles of the Beech tree. Dramatic indeed.

  2. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: February 19, 2023

    A Bounty of Ravishing B’s and R’s
    The Beech tree especially and the Roots.
    The driving range and mountain range also includes a Boulder.
    Nice Boots and Blades too!
    Raindrops on the mirror is a great photo!

  3. By: gregblood Posted: February 21, 2023

    As always, I love pictures of pigs. More than that, I don’t think I have ever seen such large branches so close to the ground as the one in your group of photos had. Pretty amazing.

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