TUESDAY MORNING WHAT’S IT?
Due to the arrival of digital photography, I shoot a lot of photos I would have never shot in the days of 35mm film. Thankfully, most of these will find their way into the trash basket of my computer. One or two might become A TUESDAY MORNING WHAT’S IT? Then you can send it to the trash basket.
Actually this is the remains of what was once a huge yew that had a diameter of 8-feet. Do you know how long I’ve wanted to use a huge yew in a sentence?
Tuesday morning laugh: spell check wants to change yew to you.
WORTHLESS WHAT’S IT FACTOID: The yew is a coniferous tree that has red berrylike fruits, and most parts of which are highly poisonous. Yews are linked with folklore and superstition and can live to a great age; the timber is used in cabinetmaking and (formerly) to make longbows.