Landscapes, Sliver Moon, Tangle Heart Tree

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Clouds over Sandias and Rio Grande
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Can you find both owlets in this photo?
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Sliver moon by Resa’s Tree
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Tangle Heart Tress at sunset
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View from the beach

53 thoughts on “Landscapes, Sliver Moon, Tangle Heart Tree

    • Thanks, John. The second owlet is really had to see. It’s close to the Tangle Heart Tree.

      • After I posted it I remembered that I should have used the other editor so the photos could be enlarged.

      • It’s the classic block editor that is being replaced by the blockhead block editor on June 1st. Out of habit I clicked on +Write and it did not ask if I wanted to use the new block editor, so I didn’t think about which editor I was using until after I published the post.

      • Bloody hell… I think I’m on the before the classic block editor! I never upgraded to the supposed simpler one as I don’t like it… I’m gonna be so screwed if they force us…

      • From what it says when suggesting I try the blockhead editor is that we will all be forced to use it starting the 1st of June. You can use the basic editor from your Admin pages under Posts, which may be like what you use now.

  1. Hey Tim! These are spectacular shots! I don’t recall ever seeing a tree that looked to be in the shape of a heart. How amazing is that. The sunset is stunning too. You must have felt so peaceful standing there. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks, Holly. It’s peaceful out with the owls, the Tangle Heart Tree and color all around.

  2. Okay, let’s start with my tree, shall we! (lol)
    Wow! Love the black silhouette. Silhouette art, which I adore, was very popular in past times.
    Although an 18th & 19th century fad, my grandmother had framed many beautiful silhouettes of ladies in period gowns and parasols. Hmm, my fascination with gowns suddenly makes a bit more sense.

    YES, I found both owlets! One is near the top left. OMG, it is sitting at the point of a baby Tangle-Heart! How magic is that?
    The other is … go straight down to the crux of 2 big branches of the tree below. Then move right to find the muted orange oval baby owl!

    Great shots and a fun post!

    • Silhouettes of gowns and parasols probably had a lot of influence. I think you got it right on the owls. The one up to the left is easy, the one next to the Tangle Heart is facing the camera and looking up at the other owl, so he’s looks very branch-like. You tree looked too cool with the sliver moon to pass up.

      • That silver crescent moon is the sweet night sky light. Perfect in the shot.
        I meant to mention it in my comment, but got carried away about my tree. Lol!

  3. They are all beautiful, Tim! I feel like I could walk right into some of those photos, like the last one.

    We’ve had some good moon viewing weather the last few days.

  4. What lovely photos. I found them both but it took a while. I love your heart shaped trees. If your quiet at night can you and your wife hear the music of the trees? Something tells me you can. Love and blessings to you both. πŸ’• Joni

    • Thanks, Joni. The trees sing with the owls, coyotes and other creatures of the night. The owls serenade us most nights, their hooting in surround sound is soothing until it’s broken by a chorus of coyotes yipping, screeching and howling, before going back to hooting in surround sound.

      • Sounds magnificent. Nature is such an incredible and beautiful gift. Serenaded by Gods creative creatures. What a gift to know how blessed we are. The real surround sound must be amazing. Love to you both β€οΈπŸ’•Joni

    • Thanks, Julie. Good work. We’ve been having thunderstorms at owlet visiting hour so I haven’t seen them for a couple of days.

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