Sunday Trees – 321

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland
(10)

Grounds of 13th Century Medieval Cong Abbey
Cong
County Mayo, Ireland

 

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Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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22 Responses to Sunday Trees – 321

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  5. jesh stg says:

    Love the trunks and branches hugging the ground! Mine is what California is known for: the palm tree.
    https://artworksfromjeshstg.wordpress.com/2018/01/06/abstinence-and-sunday-trees/

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  6. Renee Espriu says:

    Love this one Becca! Very ancient looking and the moss like a painter’s canvas.

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  11. Cee Neuner says:

    I adore all the moss on the trees you captured.
    Here is my entry for this week.
    https://ceenphotography.com/2018/01/07/sunday-trees-321-redwood/

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  13. Dahlia says:

    Bending over to kiss mother Earth😍

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  14. Those are amazing! 🙂

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  15. shoreacres says:

    Then branches are so low, only a little leprechaun could stroll beneath them. You didn’t see one, did you?

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