Saturday Snapshot

To participate in the Saturday Snapshot meme post a photo that you (or a friend or family member) have taken then leave a direct link to your post in the Mister Linky at Alyce’s blog At Home With Books.

A lot of our trees have suffered or died due to the crazy drought here in Texas last year.
Half of this tree is dead.
The other half, is bearing fruit.
There is hope on one side, sorrow on the other.
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  1. That is amazing how nature sometimes works. It has been unusual weather everywhere for sure. Great photo Marie.

  2. Eva

    Amazing the way the tree gave up parts to salvage the rest. Hope your get more rain this year. Thanks for visiting.

  3. How poetic…sounds like you've got a survivor tree!

  4. Life pushes on despite the difficult circumstances. I've got a few Rhodies that are half and half.

  5. The weather has been absolutely crazy. I hope your apple tree makes it.

  6. I'm sorry to hear about your other trees! This picture is beautiful, though!

  7. It's beautiful and isn't it funny how one side is dead? I sure would love to be able to pick a few apples.

  8. The drought is so sad. Maybe it's like the winter though, making room for new life. Interesting tree.

  9. Those colors are so vibrant! I hope that things are better this year!

  10. A very poetic way to look at it. And it's amazing how colorful the side that still bearing fruit is. The contrast is quite striking.Here's my Snapshot

  11. Oh, I hope you get more rain this year! Nature tries its best to parcel out strength … your trees are trying under hard circumstances!

  12. That is so sad…I hate when trees die!

  13. The fruit looks beautiful, I hope the tree continues on for you.

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