Daily Diversion #142: New Studio View

I am not a plant or flower or tree person. I cannot keep green things alive. I’ve no idea what kind of tree this is-I only know that it overlooks my second-story studio and that it is refreshingly lovely.

New studio view

New studio view.

It’s a beaut, isn’t it?

Take two

Take two: first-floor view from the front porch.

The studio will be ready next week. I can hardly wait.

“To the great tree-loving fraternity we belong. We love trees with universal and unfeigned love, and all things that do grow under them or around them-the whole leaf and root tribe.”-Henry Ward Beecher

23 thoughts on “Daily Diversion #142: New Studio View

    • Thanks for the info. I will have to check out the Chinese elm. I am excited to experience the new view during all seasons. I agree-the new view is much better, or at least more relaxing!


  1. We called them Mimosa trees where I grew up in the Eastern US. They were everywhere. I think the tree originated in Persia. It is a relatively small tree. I loved them as a child. πŸ™‚


    • The tree is gorgeous. It is just outside my studio window and directly in front of the left side of the front porch. This neighborhood is new to us, and I have already found it surprisingly picturesque.


  2. Are you in love with your new abode, Lis? Every picture you have posted looks great. It seems the house fits you two.


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