Monday, March 31, 2014

the cedar


This cedar (at least I'm pretty sure it is) is just next to the bike path in Amboise.  I think it is such a graceful tree.

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  1. Yes, Atlas Cedar. They droop at the tips, and are more graceful than the curiously horizontal Cedars of Lebanon.

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  2. The cedar seems to lower down its top. A majestic and as you say graceful tree. You seem to have a lot of nice bike pathes around Amboise and it must be a real pleasure to roam around .
    Tess

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    1. Oh indeed it is a pleasure to explore the many bike routes around Amboise. Without these promenades there would be no ADP !

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  3. i have one next to my driveway :)

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    1. All right... the international tree !

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  4. It is a beautiful tree Stuart, lovely green law and hedge too. I'm looking forward to things greening up over here after our long hot summer.

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    1. That's ironic that it greens up after summer there. Just the opposite of what I grew up with in the south of the US.

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  5. It's lovely! I'm pretty sure it wouldn't grow here though...

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    1. Really ? I guess I though cedars were everywhere.

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    1. These and the cedars of Lebanon are found frequently here. They are so unique and so beautiful.

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  7. It looks feminine, light and - as you said - graceful.

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