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I think old dead trees are just as majestic as when they were alive. Here is my come Back Tree.
I totally agree with you!
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One past its prime, many more growing toward theirs: https://judydykstrabrown.com/2016/09/25/fallen-giant-next-generation-sunday-trees-254-challenge/
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Great photo Becca, I should start taking more photos of trees. Well, I’m cleaning up my blog, so deleting lots of people I follow, it’s easier to delete everyone and them follow back the important ones. So don’t be surprised when you see I’m following you again! 🙂
I’m not sure how I started with trees — but once I began — I have been drawn to them.
My week’s Sunday Tree contribution. “Sunset Goals” https://sbdmb.wordpress.com/2016/09/25/sunset-goals/
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I hope you enjoy my Trees of Hobbiton. https://charlesewaugh.com/2016/09/25/sunday-trees-254-the-trees-of-hobitton/
I certainly did!
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Good Morning Becca. You have such a wonderful landscape this week.
Here is my entry.
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This week’s tree isn’t “pretty,” but it’s certainly full of character! i’ve known a couple of people who resembled this old tree in their old age — and they were wonderful, just like your tree!
“Full of character!” — 😀
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The contrast between this picture and mine is immense… Just goes to show how individual trees are!
Yours is thriving and green — and mine probably has finished its green task!
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