Lafayette Park Oak Trees

We are blessed with moss-kissed, fern-growing, branch-sprawling old Oak trees here in the South. These are true historical relics. I wonder what all they’ve seen throughout the years. Well, last weekend, one of these grand Oaks stood witness and graced the backdrop of a memorable wedding between two soul mates, both of whom had waited just as long as I’d been married to have the same choice (16 years!). I’d say the trees were happy.

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6 thoughts on “Lafayette Park Oak Trees

  1. Schelley I would like to invite you to join in the black and white 5 day challenge that is taking place at the moment. I love your images and I’d like to see what you can produce in B&W.

    There are only two rules for this challenge:

    On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.
    Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun. (If that is a problem then skip it, just make it an open invitation)

    You are under no obligation to join in and I realise you are a very busy woman, so only do it if you want to!!
    Jude xx

    https://smallbluegreenwords.wordpress.com/2015/02/28/black-and-white-5-day-challenge-5/

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      1. No worries Schelley. I just thought you might like to have a go at it in your own time. Don’t worry if you are too busy I realise you are a working Mom AND building a house 🙂

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