This is a photo off my street
where Elm trees are their finest
in the Summer when the sunlight
cascades through their boughs
when their leaves change colour
in the autumn and fall gently
to the ground
I love this street
form an arch all the way along
like a guard of honour welcoming
For the history on this street Blackwood Park Road and surrounding area
please visit here
I hope you have liked or at the very least, learnt a little something about where I live.
I love trees that arch into the steet –it makes it so magical—
It does look magical doesn’t it, so many comment when they drive through. The street was once a driveway belonging to one family when they owned this and a lot of the area.
Those trees are awesome! Hugs xxxxx
Yup awesome trees from a pretty little street in the Gully. Thanks sweetness xxx
Ahh, that is a lovely street…are you on the sunny side or the shady side?
(And that was a tale of rags to riches for Marty nods)
😦 sadly neither side this is the street that you turn off to get into my street, but regardless if I did – give me the sunny side please.
Ah you read the history – how good are you! Yes if only I had the insight back then to buy land around here…. xxxx
what a lovely view. Thank you for sharing a piece of your world Munster(smile)
You are most welcome Aud’s, from your little munster 😉 xx
The trees are beautiful…stately and mature. I bet it is awesome driving or walking underneath.
Hi Beck – yes they are beautiful and in Autumn even more stunning. It is quite a long street too, they seem to arch for ever. Thank you. 🙂 xx
Wow! What a peaceful, beautiful street! I also love the back story! Amazing history!
Thank you Mel, yes it is except when the ‘hoons’ bolt down it, hence speed traps are all the way along to slow them down as it’s a rather long street. Thank you reading the back story too – little bit of Aussie history 🙂 xx
You have leaves on your trees… *pouts* 😦
It is a lovely tunnel Mumsy. 🙂
and you to shall have leaves 🙂 when our are bare 😦 and the possums search for a home. Thanks Amb huggs xx