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The symmetry is almost scary. Was the tree planted on a direct line from the window, or was the house built on a direct line from the tree? I'm guessing the former, but would be more impressed with the latter.
It's a shame you didn't get a vertical picture that included just the windows and the reflection.
Lindsey: there's a vertical one in the photoset if you click through the picture to Flickr.Portsider: the trees a so much younger than the house that it makes your question funny. But I did line them up with the windows when I had them plainted about five years ago. The house is 80 years old.
"But I did line them up with the windows when I had them plainted about five years ago."An extremely important element of garden design known as "line of force."Gorgeous pics! btw, Ann, if you have places for them in your yard, I think you would enjoy the following: White RedbudAppalachian Red and Tennessee Pink With it's four-season appeal, our native Cercis canadensis is arguably the most beautiful ornamental tree on the entire planet.
Ah! I see it now! It is very pretty.
What a lovely photograph! You're a rock-star photographer -- great eye!
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