Albuquerque / Downtown Albuquerque / street photography Urban Pine Cone January 29, 2021 Timothy Price29 Comments This Bud’s a Sissy Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
29 thoughts on “Urban Pine Cone”
A lonely little pine cone!
Downtown is a cold cruel and lonely place. Thanks, Holly.
A long way from the woods.
A long, long way. Thanks, David.
Decided to see what all the fuss in city life was about…
Apparently. Thanks, Dale.
Beautiful composition, Timothy
Go back cone, go back!!!! 😂😉
Love the shot!
She’s not going to end up much of a tree in downtown. Thanks, Marina.
No she’s not… 😉
Hahaha…I’d be afraid too. I’ve been in downtown Albuquerque…no place for the solitary 🙂 Not that it doesn’t have its own urban beauty…
Not much beauty left after the riots. Thanks, Mary Jo.
Is there a tree nearby, or did this cone drop out of warp drive and land there? I love the composition!
There closest pine grove is on UNM’s campus. An illegal pine grove mind you. The pine grove is a couple miles east, and it is down hill all the way to the Railroad tracks on Old Route 66. It could have conceivably rolled down Central to the underpass at the railroad tracks. But making it west of the underpass to where I found it would be difficult to do on it’s own.. Thanks, Lavinia.
This could be a whodunnit as in who dropped it there.
How it got there is an interesting question. Thanks, Shey.
And just sitting like too.
It was owning that parking lot.
It sure was.
Some fell on stony ground.
No trees nearby that produce pine cones. It’s a real cerousity. Thanks, Susan.
Too bad it can’t talk. Guess that statement works for lots of stuff, huh?
I’m sure it would have a good story to tell. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
I feel sorry for the pine cone.
It seems so lonely and out of place. Interesting shot, Tim.
It was very out of place, and lonely. Thanks, Resa.
Thanks, Marcella. It was a silly pine cone all alone downtown.