Bad things happen to Christmas trees tossed out too late – as seen in February 2017:
And here’s your invitation for trick or treat, as seen on Ashbury in March 2017:
Here’s a good one, been there for a while, prolly will be there for a while longer since SFGov’s Holiday Tree Recycling Program is long since over:
And here’s another good one, it’s been on the mean Streets of San Francisco for a couple weeks now, after getting moved here and there:
But now it’s been properly disposed of by passersby, thank goodness:
We’ll have to wait and see how DPW gets this one down…
So blossoms in late January or February aren’t as much of a sign of global warming as some think.
Anyway, plum trees are famous for early blooming, is what I’m saying.
I’m thinking a Big Mac, a Quarter-Pounder and maybe a McFish or something, the gold, frankincense and myrrh
These are the new-school cardboard packages.
But ‘member the old design? I do.
Black Crowned Night Herons mostly, I suppose. The teenagers of this species are brown:
I count nine, but who knows how many are lurking about in this stand of trees…
This attack from a few months back…
…came from this tree, which still shows where it broke apart:
Near Fell and Clayton this afternoon:
This kind of thing happens with regularity…