Trees for Christine & Nancy

This is the last available Cottonwood on our property.

Juniper in the bosque about a half mile north of our property.

Big, old classic Cottonwood about a mile north of our property. It is great in sunsets, but I don’t make it up that far very often in the wintertime.

Young cottonwood on the way to Beaver Point. It has a good shape, and can be photographed from multiple angles to include the Sandias to the east and sunsets to the west.

Classic Cottonwood between the irrigation ditch and clearwater ditch about 300 feet north of our property. Can be photographed from multiple sides and looks great in sunsets.

This Cottonwood is between the irrigation ditch and clearwater ditch east of our property. You can see Teagan’s trees on the southern edge of our property to the left in the background. Good multiple views and sunset photos.

Fruit trees on the property. The first photo is the peach tree with the 5 on 1 plum tree on the right. Then second photo (top right) shows the nectarine behind the peach tree, and 5 on 1 plum tree. The third photo (bottom right) shows the cherry tree in the foreground, one of the apple trees on the right, the nectarine tree behind in the center and the peach tree on the left.

33 thoughts on “Trees for Christine & Nancy

  1. The natural world surrounding you is spectacular, Tim! Those sunsets are amazing. It must be relaxing to walk the property and see all the wildlife activities happening around you? Beautiful!

  2. I looked up cottonwoods online, inspired by these pictures. I don’t think we have them in Lancashire, although I can’t claim to know all our trees.

  3. Wow! The fruit trees look like dry fire coming out of the earth, at this time of the year.
    They are gorgeous. Of course I’ll never give up my Cottonwood!

  4. Tim, so sorry I missed this post. Usually that doesn’t happen . I love the Juniper in the bosque. Looking at it again, even more. It has a stately look, full and strong. I’m not sure, but I think it must have a woodsy, fresh smell. Thank you so much for letting me know I could choose a tree in your other post. I think it’s still available after reading comments. Have a wonderful weekend. 📚🎶 Christine

      • Yay! The Juniper is all mine. I love it even more than the blue spruce. Look at it’s meaning! 🥳 It certainly fits me. Thank you again. 📚🎶 Christine

        Overview of the Juniper Tree—
        Most commonly, these berries are connected to good health and healing. They have also variously been linked with animals, aphrodisiacs, fertility, fortune, secrets, love, protection and strength. However, there is more powerful symbolism found within the Juniper tree.

      • Especially the healing and protection for a nurse practitioner, although I’m retired from actual practice, it’s still prominent in my life. 📚🎶 Christine

      • Juniper is rare in the bosque. There are large areas of New Mexico that are piñon juniper woodlands, which are commonly high plains and foothills.

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