A Sheepishly Berry Happy Monday

I hope you had a berry Happy Monday, and ‘cotton’ your smooch for the day!

The upcoming posts take a walk in the park to view and identify the naked trees. See how tree qualities play into the landscape. Take a walk along the river and see why they make the scene. Much can be learned from the siting of trees.

Bark in the Park What can we identify in the State Parks and what don’t they plant much anymore?

A River Walk See the trees nature plants along the trails and what the Parks Department maintains in the parks along the Niagara River.

Trees Dressed in Ice Every year, a favorite.

Trees Put to Bed The tree form and scale in the parks’ landscape design.

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12 Responses to A Sheepishly Berry Happy Monday

  1. cute Donna and looking forward to your tree posts.

  2. Cat says:

    Ha! Cute…happy Monday to you, too!

  3. Sherri B. says:

    ‘Berry’ cute post! Have a great week! xo

  4. Mark and Gaz says:

    That’s a really cute post! Have a great week ahead!!

  5. Layanee says:

    Monday, Monday, can’t remember the smooch…oh, wait, yes! A good way to start the day.

  6. Patty says:

    Love it! Running, smiling and smooching is a great way to start the day.

  7. Marguerite says:

    For a second I thought those were candy sheep but then I realized they were real berries. Wonderful images you put together.

  8. Baa, baa, black(berry) sheep or just desaturated red sheep?

  9. Very sweet! Now you have me salivating for some fresh, organic berries! One of my favorite parts about summertime!

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