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Thursday Tree Love: Parking Lot Cedar


Heating and Air Truck in Cedar’s Shade

A cedar tree grows in my favorite grocery store parking lot. It’s my favorite lot for the trees and their shade more than the groceries. Most new parking lots have zero trees, though I continue to advocate for leaving the mature trees and building around them.

It was funny to see this heating and air conditioning truck parked in an unmarked space to get shade from the cedar tree. Trees definitely help with air conditioning, especially in the summertime.


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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

22 thoughts on “Thursday Tree Love: Parking Lot Cedar

  1. The shade of trees is so welcome in the summer. I am not sure I’ve ever seen a cedar that big.

  2. Beautiful! As you say, an airconditioning truck parked under the tree is a strange contrast! Lovely capture!

  3. Nothing like a tree for air conditioning. Except a forest, of course 🙂

  4. Trees are the best air conditiners. This oak truly stands out dear Joanna.

  5. Such a welcome sight in a parking lot

  6. You know, I never noticed, but you’re right. There are no trees in parking lots anymore. Great pics as always!

  7. Cedars also smell so fresh! They grew like weeds in Virginia when I was a child and make lovely Christmas trees. The one in your photo looks very old. We have a few like that in SW Florida. 🙂

  8. That’s a lovely tree and what a shade in the Sun for the car too. I haven’t seen Cedar but I would love to see one day 🙂 Thanks for joining JoAnna.

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  10. That’s truly a lovely tree, giving shade to so many. This pic certainly shows how important are trees, their shade, and the air conditioning they provide.

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