An ‘after’ photo of a tree shows how transitory beauty can be

Nature has a way of showing life’s truths – and one is that beauty can be transitory. Here’s a photo today I took June 19, 2019, of a tree in the Lake Park subdivision of Naples, Fla. I previously posted a photo that I took on June 10, saying it is the most beautiful tree I’ve seen in years (see the photo at right). Well, those blooms, while of amazing beauty, were not permanent. I’ll keep watch for the next blooming cycle. Click here to see the original photo – or click on it at right … (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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