27 September 2016

Finding Pi

Finding Pi in branches is a favorite.
The photo is neat because it looks like a double Pi.


  1. What type of tree is it? The leaves are very beautiful.

    1. Hello Loree,
      I'm not sure what all of the leaves are. There are poplar, wild apple and maple trees there. The most noticeable up front with the three leaves reminds me of poison ivy. The area is heavily tangled with growth on a steep incline. Using zoom, I was trying to take a picture of the tiny waterfall, the blue color on the left of the thick tree trunk half way up.

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    1. Thank you Linda
      Wishing you a great day full of happiness!

  3. Dear Maywyn I am seeing just a wee bit of fall color amongst the foliage. Seeing some here too. Hope you have a wonderful day. Hugs!

    1. Hi Debbie,
      A wee bit is a good description. I'm hoping this means there will be peak foliage the second week of October that's stunning spectacular.
      Have a Happy Day!


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