Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Dr. Pepper Tree

If you enjoyed my little tour of the Victorian houses of Amenia, please read the comment section from yesterday's post. The town historian of Amenia, Ann Linden, sent me the most wonderful email about that house in particular, and all the Victorians generally in town. She pointed out where I was mistaken (the rooms are NOT small and dark!) and gave a wonderful history of who they belonged to and how they came to be there. Thank you, Ann!

As for today's photo - how did it get there? And why? I don't know, but it's kind of pretty!


Blogger Dsole said...

Wow, I'm fascinating about all your last pics... Victorian houses are amazing, I can't imagine seeing something like this around here... This last photo is really cool too, this paper lying between the branches... Great! :)

5:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, some guy decided creatively littering would be fun (or something). There's a lot down Low Road-- mainly Budweiser cans stuck on branches.

7:06 PM  
Blogger Olivier said...

voila comment on detruit la nature. meme chose partout à ce que je vois.
belle photo, mais qu'elle tristesse.

veiled how nature is destroyed. same thing everywhere so that I see. beautiful photograph, but that it sadness.

6:05 AM  
Anonymous JC said...

I took a (bad, unposted) photo of a plastic bag knotted, somehow, into the same position. I guess trash just ends up in trees, regardless of whether you're in a city or suburbia or a beautiful rural town like Sharon. It's still fascinating.

10:43 AM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

How amazing! I'm just back from holidays and catching up with your latest work. Your series on Victorian houses were great and I particularly liked 'where's winter?' and 'Tucked away'.

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Helen said...

When I read the title of your photo but before I saw the actual photo... I pictured a tree growing cans of Dr. Pepper!

10:38 PM  

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