Wordless Wednesday: Out In The Field

Recently, on a drive out in the country with Motor Man, we saw this little tree at the edge of a soy bean field.

lone tree in field 11-4-2013 8-42-18 PM_Snapseed

It reminded me of the old joke: it was “out-standing in its field”.

(Okay, almost Wordless Wednesday.)

~These Days Of Mine~

17 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Out In The Field

  1. Interesting little tree…..with wild hair!! I’d like to see this one when it’s “greened up” – has such an interesting shape!


  2. Poor little tree…looks so lonely! Sort of like the petunia in the onion patch. LOL!

  3. We see these trees here too, that show evidence of having been through a storm or two. It’s heart warming to see all those branches show signs of new growth and not giving up. Your heart is so full to notice this one and share it with us.

  4. I love it! I could hug it. But Dianna I love it better that you couldn’t be wordless.. 😀 We need a Wordy Wednesday Ima telling you!

  5. it is really interesting! i always like that corny joke. 🙂

  6. Love it! And the corny old joke too. 😀

  7. Just like you! Outstanding in your field!

  8. I like this one ! – it’s certainly done some swaying in it’s day- I’d say the wind comes from the left-hand side in this one … it’s holding strong, though !

  9. What a unique looking tree. I can see why in caught your attention. I think it would a good center for a fiction story. ‘Outstanding in the field’ fits perfectly. 🙂

  10. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I like this tree. It looks like it’s watching over the field. You picked the right joke for the picture, that’s for sure. 🙂

  11. Hahaha! LOL! Perfect photo, perfect quote. 🙂

  12. It’s funny how often that comes to. 🙂

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