I know I have mentioned this before, but it’s always worth mentioning… I love spooky tree’s. My first spooky tree love started when I was a child living in Alabama. My grandmother had a HUGE pecan tree in her front yard. Now maybe the tree seemed huge because I was small, either way… it was my tree. I played beneath it, ate it’s pecan’s, gazed up into it’s branches.
In the early 90’s a Tornado came through and took it away. When my family called to tell us about the damage to the property, we had been in Alaska since 77′, the first question I asked was “Did the tree make it?” She didn’t, all I could do was cry.
I don’t have any pictures of that wonderful tree, but I am going to ask mom to look for some since she is down in Alabama helping her sick brother, sister and brother in law.
This is the closest picture I have found so far:
I found the picture on this website.
I don’t believe this next tree is a Pecan but no matter the species…its awesome! Found the pic on this website.