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I wonder how many different animals have made their home there.
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“And they all live together in that crooked little house…” 🙂
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That’s really beautiful, Becca. I only just discovered your challenge via Cee Neuner’s blog. May I join you? I grew up in a very big forest (well,strictly speaking in a little town), steeped in European history. I don’t live there any more, but I miss the trees. Of course there are plenty of trees here, too – but they are not as wild and old. 🙂
Your approval provided, I’d like to contriute my first entry: https://anglogermantranslations.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/sunday-trees-232-sonntagsbaeume/
Absolutely — 😀
How wonderful to grow up surrounded by a forest of ancient guardians! I can only imagine the energy grid around and through the town.
Wonderful photos Becca. 😀
Here is my entry for this week.
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An interesting abstract view.
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Either a rock collector lives there, or it’s the beginning of a Zen garden inside the tree. And that thought makes me think the tree is a giant’s bonsai!
Did you notice the waves towards the top — like an energy portal???
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