Monday, January 10, 2011

Mellow Yellow Monday #103 - A Lovely Tree - January 10, 2011

This was taken a few weeks ago but it still beautiful and hasn't lost all its yellow foliage yet!
Our moderate temperatures have really been cooler than usual, though, in the San
Francisco area - it was 44 degrees the other night!  That's cold for here!


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24 comments:

  1. Nice contrast of colours, is that a fruit tree?

    Regards

    Valery

    [Barcelona Daily Photo]

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  2. Oh so pretty! To me, it's odd seeing a tree with such vibrant colors right now.. I'm so used to only have them in the autumn! I love the hues of the fall.

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  3. Gorgeous!

    Hope you can drop by to peek at myentry, thank you!

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  4. Gorgeous tree. The green hedge makes a nice foil for the bright tree.

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  5. hi carmen.... cold here too. lunch saounds like fun. you would be the first blogger i have met in person....where would you like to have lunch?

    are you staying at The Cliffs. have you ever eaten at The Madonna Inn right there on the 101?

    they have good food too. or something in downtown SLO. i am open to anything :-)

    looking forward to it.
    kary
    xxx

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  6. That is gorgeous!

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  7. Amazing color! Gorgeous!
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. that's a stunning tree!

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  9. Beautiful colors, very pleasing to the eyes.

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  10. that indeed is a very lovely tree Carmen.

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  11. That's really a wonderful tree ! I wished spring would come already now, I am so fed up of snow and cold !

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  12. This golden orangey-yellow foliage is my absolute favorite in the fall.

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  13. These yellow tree leaves are beautiful.

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  14. Beautiful! I love everything about this this tree, the shape and colors are very appealing. It's been so gray here lately color is a feast for the eyes.

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  15. This tree looks so autumnal, Carmen. Very bright and pretty!

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  16. A colorful capture, very pleasing to the eye.

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  17. Cheerful colors match the atmosphere of San Francisco.

    When I watch the American blog included yours, it is healed.
    Japan still wanders in a tunnel for 20 years since a bubble burst.

    The bright impressions are indispensable for the life.
    As for the people, they may someday take the hope not be it in hopeless...

    Thank you for always giving your encouragement.

    ruma

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  18. Brrrr! 44 degrees is really cold for us Californians but the tree is warm and bright. Thanks for sharing and bundle up!
    jj

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  19. Oh, my goodness. I'm sitting here in the middle of a blizzard and the trees are covered in ice and no leaves and I see your amazing picture! Wow. I've forgotten how beautiful it is there. Thanks so much for brightening my day.

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  20. Irredento Urbanita -
    I don't know what that beautiful yellow tree is - if I ever see someone outside, I'll ask.


    Geeta -
    There are still trees with fall colors when I drive my son to the train in the mornings!


    Kim, USA
    I would like a litte bonsai of that tree. Once I had a Japanese maple bonsai and, in the fall, it was so beautiful with its red leaves.


    chubskulit -
    I am so remiss of late in visiting blogs. I am always a couple of days late.


    Poetic Shutterbug -
    Millbrae has some beautiful trees. I always enjoy that ride to take Jeremy to the train. I'm going to miss it.


    Stephanie V. -
    Until you pointed it out, I didn't even notice how lovely the tree looks against the green hedge with its yellow-orange foliage!


    My Farmhouse Kitchen -
    Kary, I still haven't gotten a place to stay. My other four colleagues are sharing a suite at the Cliffs and I sure can't afford that alone. I'm looking for something cheaper, maybe in Pismo. I'd love to eat at the Madonna Inn...you know, I've never been inside there Are you free that Saturday for lunch? The 5th.


    Glynis -
    I'd like to find out what kind of tree that is.


    Kay L.Davies -
    Other than the ginko an maple, this tree has the prettiet fall colors I've ever seen.


    Luna Mirnda -
    Funny, too, I've not seen any other trees like this in the area.


    Rajesh -
    Isn't it lovely..wish I knew what kind of tree this is.


    betchai -
    I wish it were my tree - or that I even knew what it is!!


    Gattina -
    I can imagine, in your part of the world, wnter seems interminable!!


    secret agent woman -
    Fall must seem an awfully long time ago with the weather you're having right now.


    Jingle -
    Isn't it the most beautiful tree? I wish it were mine!


    SquirrelQueen -
    It is a great tree - I wonder if the squirrels are fond of it. I wonder how large it grows.


    Sharkbytes (TM) -
    It's a wonderful tree...I'd like a pair of them in my front yard


    Mama Zen -
    The combination of the yellow-orange is really
    impressive on this tree.


    Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti -
    I just find it interesting that, in the whole area, this is the only tree like this that I saw.


    Indrani -
    I agree with you, this tree is definitely pleasing to the eye.


    ruma -
    I have always loved bright colors, in my clothes, in flowers, in my surroundings. I also like black and white, though.


    Joanna Jenkins -
    These cold temperatures aren't much fun. I've been having to use a space heater at night!


    Mountain Woman -
    I can just imagine that you are having to snuggle with those turkeys to keep them warm.

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