Living the life of gardening high on the low spot of a
North Carolina mountaintop.
I want one of those in my front yard! I can see some black cows to the right of the second picture lying in the background. It would have made a beautiful picture, but the tree itself is beautiful! Where is this charming country road?
Siria this right on 209 just past Ducketts and River Road. It is off of a leftover curve of old 209 from when they "staightened" the highway. There were about 40 black cows in the pasture on the right when I first went by.
Lisa, it is my favorite tree right now.
Gorgeous, stunning, eye candy. I want one.
Beautiful! Wow.Your daffodils are also pretty incredible - especially the images of a 'hill' filled with daffodils....
Beautiful Cherry tree!
Beautiful tree and beautiful images!
It would be hard to see a more perfect picture even with the black cows.
Hi Christopher, what a shot! What is happening with the large trees in the background? Is it frost, dew, budding? The color is so intense, the black cows would have been unbelievable. Maybe another time. That is one gorgeous scene.Frances
Next time those black cows are there I'm stopping. Someone in France even googled the phrase cherry tree cow.Frances it has been raining which makes the wet trunks of the trees look much darker against the smaller twigs and branches. Plus the tree tops do hold moisture quite a bit.
That is breathtaking ... lucky you to see it in person!
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