ArtandArts.com

in affiliation with Artdrum.com

Art and Arts

Listen to Classical | Listen to Jazz | Listen to 50s - 80s Rock

"There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks.  Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story." ~Linda Hogan

Paintings     Drawings     Photos     Artdrum.com     Art Journal     Various Artists     Arts     Contact

Watercolors Paintings

Paintings

Trees

Plants

Flowers

Food

Seascapes

Portraits

Abrstracts

Drawings & Sketches

Drawings

Tree Photos

Photos

Banyan Trees

Copper Beech

Cherry Tree

Chinese Crabapple Tree

Sequoia

Eucalyptus

Evergreen

Fig

Flowering Trees

Japanese Maple

Magnolia Trees

Maple Tree on Cemetery

Maple Tree

Tree-line & Sunset on Farm

Weeping Beech

Willow Trees

Artists

Various Artists

Icon Artist

Math Artists

Watercolor Artist

Arts

Iconography

Math Art

Music

Watercolor Painting

Greg's Art Journal

Art of Living

Art Journal

Various Artists

Arts

Arts' Interdisciplinary Side

Color

Conservation

Ethics

Health of Art

Icons & Iconography

Music

Puzzles

Quotes

Supporters of the Arts

Trees!

Watercolor Painting

Supporters the Arts

Supporters the Arts

Conservation

Conservation

Tree Planting

Human Rights

Human Rights

 

Photos - Magnolia Tree

4/20/04, Verbanica Magnolia at Marquand Park, Princeton, NJ

Magnolia x soulangiana verbanica

 

Verbanica Magnolia

 

 

 

The photos from April 20, 2007 capture a clean blue sky - yes, in New Jersey sky! A major reason for the intense blue on April 20th is because the NJ sky received a cleansing.

You see, on Sunday, April 15th Central New Jersey received over nine inches of rain! (That's equivalent to ninety-nine inches of snow!! [one inch of rain = about eleven inches of snow!])

On April 15th much of the United States' East coast had either torrential rain or snow storms!

Then, from Monday April 16th to Thursday April 19th it was cloudy and rainy, everyday in Central New Jersey.  But on Friday, April 20th it was glorious.  The clouds had finished releasing their fury and departed entirely.  The sky was perfect and the trees were happy! There was not a single cloud on April 20th; and finally the patience of trees paid off an amazing bloom.

Overall, it was an unseasonably cold and stormy April in New Jersey, but when the cold subsided and storms ended, the  flowering trees sang their song and the sky glowed a pristine, brilliant blue.

The entire weekend of April 20 thru April 22nd had blooming trees and pristine skies.

 

Tree Art

Photos - Magnolia Tree, page 2

Magnolia_Flowers.JPG (412766 bytes)

Magnolia Trees

magnolia trees

Marquand Park Trees

Autumn_Higan_Cherry

Tree Photos

Photos -- Tree Photo

Tree Paintings

art trees

 Tree Art & Information

 

 

Paintings     Drawings     Photos     Artdrum.com     Art Journal     Various Artists     Arts     Conservation     Links     Contact