Nice to see that you can still find a gnarly tree in the Big Apple. Be careful upon entry here.
How do you open the door here...lol.
By Antonio Howell, M.D., at 6/22/2008 12:36 AM
I am always so impressed with your eye.
By Rachel S, at 6/22/2008 9:53 AM
I'm just another New Yorker appreciating your blog! Marvelous shots! :)
By the teach, at 6/22/2008 10:33 AM
That is just cool...wonder if there's any elves beyond that door...lol
By Waterrose, at 6/22/2008 2:21 PM
Maybe it's a door that is for emergencies and only swings in? Anyway, it is truly a blessing to see those old trees in a big city like New York. Come and read about mine.
By Paulie, at 6/22/2008 4:45 PM
A great tree, you know how I love trees! Goodness a number 13 on the door? hmm
By Cat, at 6/22/2008 5:25 PM
It almost looks like a grapevine. LOL That would be some BIG GRAPES.
By CyberCelt, at 6/22/2008 6:05 PM
Have a great week, oti.
Now that is really a gnarly tree!
By Cindy Swanson, at 6/22/2008 9:59 PM
Love your photos...
wow..you always capture the best things to shoot...i love the tree, i've never seen anything like that before...i love the little guard statue...kinda looks like a bear...very very good...
By yellowdog granny, at 6/23/2008 12:28 AM
Love this shot. And, I miss you in the forums!
By glam, at 6/23/2008 4:41 PM
So, so beautiful!
By Digital Polaroids, at 6/24/2008 7:42 PM
I can tell by the shape and size of the vine and the leaves, that this is wisteria. It gets huge after many years as it looks like it has done here. It is a vine and in spring gives clusters of beautiful purple/violet flowers. A beautiful vine but it is uncontrollable!
By Alida Thorpe, at 6/27/2008 7:31 AM
Here it is with flowers.
Anyway, nice find for you!