Adventure 147 ~ Tree Identification [3]

I’m secretly pleased to report that I am still awaiting feedback from one of my editorial team about my book. This has given me a great excuse to go tree hunting again!

Today, I’m out on the farm having a “field day” 😛 .

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 146 ~ Tree Identification Two

Yesterday’s tree identification adventure was actually quite challenging ~ I felt like a bit of a sleuth and got great satisfaction from unravelling the mystery of the leaf 🙂 . This morning on my walk with my dog, my attention was grabbed by all the trees I hadn’t really noticed before. It was as if they were shouting  “Hey you! Why don’t you identify me?”

As I’m still waiting for some final pieces of feedback about my book, I’ve decided to follow the call of the trees and undertake a second tree identification mission. You can see how I got on in today’s video. (Images of the trees I identified can be found below the video.

laburnum

Laburnum

Ash

Ash

 

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 145 ~ Tree Identification

The world of romantic fiction can get pretty intense, so today I’m taking a bit of a break and trying something new. With the aid of a pocket guide to trees, I’m going to attempt to identify 3 different species of tree in a nearby street.

The aim wasn’t to identify a species I already know (to be honest, I don’t know that many!) but rather to venture into unknown territory. The experience has shown me how little I know about my immediate surroundings and I think I’d like to know more. I’ve place images of the trees I identified below today’s video.

Here’s how I got on ~

hawthorn

Hawthorn

Larch

Larch

Lime

Lime

 

 

 

 

 

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT