Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Storm Moon



The next storm approaches with gusty winds from the start. As the storm moves through the winds will swirl in all directions. Will the perilously split black locust survive?

5 comments:

Lola said...

Hopefully the gusty winds will be the demise of the Black Locust so all will be safe. That includes the apple tree.
Don't like the winds like that as they can cause trouble. Just hoping it doesn't harm any other.
How are the kitties?

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Yes, it will survive.

mary-mayhem said...

It will only survive if you hate it and want it to be gone. If you love it and have been looking after it, it is a past tense tree.

(Hello. Nice to meet you. I just wandered in yesterday. Great pictures of Hawaii and western NC. Thanks for sharing.)

Christopher C. NC said...

Lola the kitties are doing fine, heading outside whenever the weather cooperates. I don't see how that black locust can last much longer.

Lisa so far you are right.

Mary-Mayhem what will indifferece do? Only half the top will come out? Stop by and visit any time.

mary-mayhem said...

I think indifference means that it will just hang there and tease you. :-)

My real world name is Kitty. (Short for Katherine. Only creditors and other "official" people have ever used that. )