One Word Sunday: Tall

Debbie’s One Word Sunday is ‘Tall’ and my mind was immediately transported back to the Navarro River Redwoods State Park which we drove through on a road trip from San Jose up to Lake Tahoe three years ago. We travelled through an eleven mile ‘tunnel’ of towering Redwoods. These magnificent trees grow to between 250 and 325 feet tall and are certainly a sight to see.

On not quite so grand a scale, here are hubby and I with our shadows elongating our legs and making us look like giants or stilt-walkers.

If you have any tall stories to tell or photos to share, just click on the link.

Hope you’re all having an enjoyable Sunday. I’ve spent far too long today battling with my MacBook Pro after doing a soft wear update which seemed to mess everything up. Hubby helped me to sort it out. Nothing’s simple anymore, is it?

64 comments on “One Word Sunday: Tall

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  3. You two are almost as tall as the Redwoods in these shots! πŸ˜‰
    Oh horrors. Updates are so very annoying… nothing behaves the way it ought to. I don’t remember this being a problem when my brain was decades younger…. πŸ€”πŸ˜³

    • Yes, they are amazing to see. We did see a couple of blackened trees on our travels. I think Redwoods are quite good at withstanding fire. They apparently have the ability to sprout from there trunks and come back again.

  4. My Windows is playing up, Cynthia, particularly with WordPress too. It’s all very odd. Those trees are rather tall, aren’t they? And your shadows have a very familiar look…πŸ˜‰πŸ™‚

  5. My iPad has not behaved well since the software update a few weeks ago, particularly with WordPress. My iPhone wants me to update but I am reluctant, so I’m hanging back until they fix the bugs. Fortunately, my non-Apple computer is behaving perfectly!

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