Weekly photo challenge – threes

I love this photo of the sunrise in my backyard.  While this is not current, it does show the three trees in one that is my birch tree.  And that branch on the left is now leaning on my roof due to the latest winter storm that left another 8 inches of heavy, wet snow on the twin cities.  It’s also attached to our power line but so far we still have power thank goodness!  I hope that branch springs back up when it starts to thaw (in May…….).

Sunrise, winter in Minnesota

Sunrise, winter in Minnesota

And then I thought of this photo that shows three different balloon flowers.  One that is expired, one on the way and one in full splendor:

And from our recent visit to the conservatory at Como Park, three amaryllis blooms:

such a beautiful red!

such a beautiful red!

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23 responses to “Weekly photo challenge – threes

  1. Toby, that first photo is priceless. I love the triangular effect of the three trees. The floral pictures are nice, too. Thanks, BTG

  2. I love flowers because they are dainty, fragile and colorful, but I like your sunset picture. It the glow of the sky behind the branches.

  3. I meant: IT’S the glow of the sky behind the branches.

  4. You live in… a strawberry milkshake?! ;-)

  5. Love these shots, Tobyo. :) What a fiery sunrise!

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  7. Barneysday

    The three trees win, hands down. Well done!!

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  10. Lovely 3’s Tobyo :) Such a dramatic sky! :)

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