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Bradford Pear Leaves

Posted by
B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 31 January 2015 in Plant & Nature.

Bradford Pear trees are not recommended for our area. They have a great shape, they grow fast, and they flower profusely in the spring. The main problem associated with Bradford pear trees is the weak wood. Because of their fast growth and tight branching pattern they split very frequently in high winds. My neighbor's tree looks great in the fall, but I hope it doesn't fall on my car.

NIKON D5000 1/1000 second F/6.7 ISO 400 330 mm (35mm equiv.)

Focales from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

Wonderful warm colors

31 Jan 2015 5:55am

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Couleurs merveilleuses... )

31 Jan 2015 10:55am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Smiles . . what a lovely dialog to go with the sunlit image !

31 Jan 2015 11:50am

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

Superb light and color, Barbara. I read the first sentences and wanted one right a way ..... but then I came to the wind issue ---- not for us, unfortunately!!!! But it is a superb frame !!
Kindesst regards and a nice weekend Monika

31 Jan 2015 11:55am

jean pierre from paris, France

jolie couleurs et lumière!! amitiés

31 Jan 2015 12:55pm

Devi from Chennai, India

Wonderful framing and awesome colours here...I suppose you better get the car away from the tree:))))

31 Jan 2015 3:29pm

Tataze from Bourgogne, France

nice light on the tree

31 Jan 2015 7:48pm

omid from mashhad, Iran

very nice shot!
such beautiful composition, focus, colors & lighting!
L O V E L Y !

31 Jan 2015 10:01pm

Philnz from Ngatea, New Zealand

Lovely

31 Jan 2015 11:22pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France

bien

1 Feb 2015 9:02am

Julie L. Brown, Photobirder from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Pear trees are beautiful, I agree. It is too bad that they are damaged so easily.

2 Feb 2015 12:20pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Well, it's beautiful while it lasts. Your car, too, I presume. ;-)

2 Feb 2015 10:10pm

NIKON D5000
1/1000 second
F/6.7
ISO 400
330 mm (35mm equiv.)