A beautiful photo. Even a gray sky can be good for illuminating the bare tree branches and make everything look so artistic. Happy Thanksgiving to you.
I like the lines of that tree!!
A great shot. Even without leaves, the tree was beautiful. Thanks for sharing andhave a good weekend.Roberto, Rio de Janeiro
Lovely silhouette! Hope you see some blue skies soon.
The bare tree brought about by the falling leaves of autumn is indeed a sad sight specially since it looks like dead during winter. But come spring time, it is regenerated and comes to life again. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.
Grey skies are sometimes needed to be more grateful for the blue and sunny ones.I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day. The Dutch festivities are all in December.St. Nicholas( 5th December), Christmas(25th and 26th of December), New Year's Eve on 31st December, and my birthday 4th December. Too much for me!! Ha,ha...
Yes,we praise God for the gift of seeing the beautiful tree despite the gray sky.Would we have really noticed the tree without that sky?A beautiful photo,thanks for dropping by my blog,phyllis
Very beautiful. I can call it a silhouette. :)Thanks for commenting on my blog. Glad to see you after a long time. :)Nisha - Le Monde-A Poetic Travail
amen to that! we have much to be grateful for.
I love the bare trees of winter.
I think your bare tree is beautiful. (Here in NYC, many trees still have a lot of leaves.)
nice shot this!cheers,My Third Eye
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