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Hi Becca, Here are a few trees with a cat thrown in for good measure. The two just seem to go together! https://judydykstrabrown.com/2016/08/28/palm-sunday-sunday-trees-challenge-aug-28-2016/
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Just discovered this prompt, thank you for hosting.
Thank you for visiting and sharing!
Dieser Baumstamm ist der Stammbaum der Firma Knorr. 🙂
(Sorry, this pun can’t be translated – it would make no sense in English.)
I just found this site – here is to a link I did on trees. I enjoy seeing the trees of others. Thanks Cee.
Intriguing section. I wonder what insect damaged the tree.
I am not sure — but it caught my eye!
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Thank you — it intrigued me!!
Hi Becca. Here is my entry for this week: https://charlesewaugh.com/2016/08/21/sunday-trees-249/
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Great photo this week.
Here is my entry for this week.
Thanks, Cee! Have a great week!
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It looks like a pool of mud — which you may well have a lot of, given what I saw of your weather last night. The fact that the “mud” is vertical helps to explain why it seems to be sagging!
I am not sure what type of tree trunk this is, but it caught my eye!
We have received rain, and are thankful for it. Grass has jumped up several inches, and is green. Tree leaves have less withered-look about them! What about y’all?
Right where I am, we probably got 2-3 inches over the past week. North of Houston, and Houston proper, got more. Things are looking better, and we’ve already had some this morning. They promise more is on the way. I say, bring it on!
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love your tree, Becca 🙂
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I can nearly feel the texture ; it is that vivid 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
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