The Saint and I were out for a walk in one of many wonderful parks we have here in Georgia. As you can see, the sky was a beautiful shade of blue that day. The blue made a great back drop for this clump of white trees.
They stood out to us both so I stopped the walk to snap a few pictures. At this point into zooming the lens, I still had no idea what we were seeing.
Zooming in a wee bit more, I spotted some leaves. One never knows how a photo is going to look on a sunny day. The sun seems to take over the little window.
Zooming in to something that looked round to my eyes, I found these leaves were not leaves but rather some dangling fruit balls. I suspected we were looking at Sycamore trees!
Zooming into the bark, I see the white bark is not bark but trunk where bark has peeled off. I had to rely on my zoom lens of the camera as the trees are located in a swampy type terrain.Yep, me thinks we saw beautifully highlighted SYCAMORE TREES, In the Garden...Words and Photos Property of In the Garden Blog Team, In the Garden