Tree Squares | Penultimate tree

This month’s Square Challenge is all about trees. Now trees are not the easiest of subjects to square up, so Becky is relying on us to show some imagination in how we present them. I have always loved this photo on the Atlantic coast in Portugal of what I think is a Tamarisk tree growing through a wall next to a tiny chapel  next to the ‘Boco do Inferno’, a unique sea arch and cliff formation.

Tamarisk – Caiscais, Portugal

The OH and I had walked there one evening from downtown Caiscais to have dinner at a renowned sea-food restaurant, only to discover it was closed! But we enjoyed the views of ‘Hell’s Mouth’.

Tree Squares

12 thoughts on “Tree Squares | Penultimate tree

  1. ooh I was not expecting another square from you! Thought you’d be caught up with storms and the next colour. What an unexpected treat – and you are in Portugal too. Simply fabulous, even if you did not get dinner!!

  2. Aha, interesting! A couple of weeks ago I planted a spring-flowering tamarisk where it will eventually give a bit of screening. But I won’t be letting it grow that big, hehe!

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