It's been an incredibly long week for some reason. I'm so glad it's Saturday. It's been nice this morning to just sit in the recliner with my coffee and scan files for an appropriate photo for today's post. Barbara's picked "something old" as the theme for this week, As I was poking around in my digital files, I kept asking myself, "What is old?". How old does something have to be to be considered old? Does a 1960's tractor count? Is that old enough? How about a building constructed in the early 1900's? Or do you need to search out images of rock formations that have endured for centuries? I finally decided on this image, mainly because I liked it.
I love the light shining on the moss and the ivy covering the gnarled branches of this oak tree. This old man of the south sits in one of the many squares in Savannah, Georgia.
To see more old stuff, check out the other Foto Finish links over at Cat Patches.