October 28, 2012

Apprehension

There's a storm coming? Oooohhh.


I don't make this stuff up. Jim photographed this tree last summer in the woods beyond the formal gardens at The Mount, Edith Wharton's home in Lenox, Massachusetts.

 

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  1. Laurrie, I hope the storm will pass by your house!

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    1. Laurrie,
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  2. What an artist is Nature. Ghoulish. Timely.

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  3. What a face. I hope you have the hatches battened down. Best of luck.

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  4. Stay safe! You've already survived one crazy storm this year. Mother Nature needs to just pass you by! Make sure you have cake, though. I recommend carrot. :o)

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  5. I sincerely hope frankenstorm ends up being a big bust.

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  6. Now that is a tree with character! I hope the Frankenstorm does you no harm and that the poor tree is scared for nothing!

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  7. Perfect for Halloween as well! I hope the storm passes you by!

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  8. Glad to know I'm not the only one who sees faces in things! Fingers are crossed that this storm is mostly just hype. Good luck!

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  9. What a great face it has! Hoping everything goes okay in your neck of the woods, this storm looks scary bad. take care.

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  10. Are you ok?? You're in my thoughts.

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  11. Thank you to all who were concerned about us in this storm. Northern Connecticut was spared, we had high winds and rain but no damage. Some lost power, but we were fortunate -- the lights flickered but never went out.

    I hope the rest of you in the path of the cyclone are also ok.

    Such devastation in NYC and NJ -- my thoughts are with those in damaged and flooded areas.

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  12. Glad to read that you are safe and sound. We were on the extreme outer edge of the storm and had high winds and rain.
    That trees is quite something! You're right. You can't make that type of stuff up, even is you are a Photoshop wizard.

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