Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 07/07/2012

Photo taken on March 26, 2012

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blooming magnolia
University of Michigan Museum of Art
South University Avenue
University of Michigan central campus
pink flower petals
central campus
magnolia blossoms
magnolia flowers
pink magnolia flowers
dropping petals
dirty tree
mess of petals
mess of flower petals
dropping its petals
flower petals falling off
dropping its flowers
magnolia petals
dropping flower petals
Washtenaw County
southeast Michigan
southeastern Michigan
pink flowers
spring flowers
blooming tree
University of Michigan
pink magnolia
March 2012
magnolia tree
Ann Arbor
blossoming tree
flowering tree
Ann Arbor Michigan
Washtenaw County Michigan

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"Would I want that in my yard."

"Would I want that in my yard."
This was my Hints From Heloise idea, I submitted it but it never got printed, in my newspaper anyway:

On your next day off, sit down and write out lists sorted into two columns: "Kinds of tree I'd like to have in my yard" vs "Trees I wouldn't have in my yard because they're dirty, they drop things."

Voilà, you'll be prepared to express intelligent opinions about different breeds of tree, anytime they come up as a topic in conversation, with friends old or new.


In Ann Arbor, Michigan, on March 26th, 2012, a magnolia tree on the north side of South University Avenue, east of South State Street, outside the University of Michigan Museum of Art.


Library of Congress classification ideas:
SB413.M34 Magnolias—Pictorial works.
SB406.55 Flower petals—Pictorial works.
SB435.5 Ornamental trees—United States—Pictorial works.
QK477 Flowering trees—Pictorial works.
N513 University of Michigan. Museum of Art—Pictorial works.
LD3283 University of Michigan—Pictorial works.
F574.A6 Ann Arbor (Mich.)—Pictorial works.