Thursday, November 17, 2011

blues...we're restoring roads and bridges and houses,

but no one has relieved this tree of the blues snagged during tropical storm irene

19 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

At least the stream is back where it is supposed to be and not overflowing its banks. .

Birdman said...

These blues seem to have a life of their own.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

..Let the blues be there as a reminder....
Costas

Elenka said...

I don't know about the blues, but I love, love, love your cat! Genie is lucky, indeed.
(you should take orders...)

Doug Hickok said...

I remember after Hurricane Hugo, for years debris tangled in trees remained there, becoming almost like landmarks. I love your blues allusion.

Rambling Round said...

Looks as if the blues may be hanging around for a while longer. Wishing your area the best in this long recovery!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh this shot shows clearly the damage still around from the aftermath. What an experience that was for you all. I wonder where and what that splash of blue started out as, and now here it is abandoned! One of those images that start you off thinking Brattcat.

Sharon said...

It does make me wonder where that splash of blue came from.

magiceye said...

telling picture!

Lowell said...

I think I've seen pictures of this very spot in your blog and in news stories previously.

Sometimes the blues cannot be banished very easily.

It's nice to see a stream/river rather than a raging torrent!

Malyss said...

As long as the tree won't disturb anyone, it will probably stay there..Let's consider it as a reminder to enjoy the moment, we don't know what's coming next..

JM said...

This kind of flood trash can stay there for ages!

JM said...

This kind of flood trash can stay there for ages!

Virginia said...

Perhaps someone has been skinnydipping and hung their blues on the tree? nah, too cold.
V

Small City Scenes said...

Singing the blues. MB

Thérèse said...

It makes people walking by reflect on past events.

Tash said...

Could be a catchy book title..."Even our trees get the blues". :)
The stream bed reminds me of the one in Rye, NY.

Bob Crowe said...

It is a bit of an eyesore, but time and entropy will take care of it.

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