Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Magnolia Tree

The most magnificent Magnolia tree in Seattle.
It's on the eastern crest of the hill on 65th NE,
between PCC and Sand Point Way.

5 comments:

Ryan said...

Some of the trees around here are amazing, aren't they? TMK and I saw this same tree, or it's twin brother, this weekend and couldn't help but "oooo" and "aaaaa" and even slow the car down a bit as we went by. The most magnificent pink cherry tree is on Sand Point near my house, probably around 100th. And the most magnificent group of cherry trees used to be up the driveway at Children's Hospital until some $%^!@#$ engineers cut them down last year for some road-widening project or other. Poop.

Rabbitch said...

Those are my favourite trees. Thank you! (because yes, I know you did it all for me)

bethe said...

I am so jealous. I cannot wait for the trees to come back to life and the grass to turn green and for it to STOP SNOWING.

OK, I'm done grumbling. That tree is absolutely spectacular!

Margene said...

Fabulous! We have only a few magnolia trees in SLC and nothing like that.

Carrie said...

Wow, that is a pretty tree! Beautiful blossoms. All I have around me are pines!