Sunday Trees – 335

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland

Walled Garden in Coole Park Nature Reserve
County Galway, 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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13 Responses to Sunday Trees – 335

  1. Beautiful Trees in Ireland. 🙂 Hi Becca, it has been a while since I dropped by my friend.. Sending lots of love your way.. The trees here just starting to bud.. Love this time of year..
    Take care.. Much Love Sue xxx


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  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Beautiful tree and park setting.
    Here is my tree for the week. ENJOY!


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  9. Rupali says:

    IT seems like a great relaxing place. Wonderful frame.

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  10. What a great in a beautiful setting! Bet that would be a wonder fully dressed! Have a blessed Sunday! 😀

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  11. shoreacres says:

    In such a beautiful setting, I suspect if that tree were diseased or dying, it would be gone. So, I think it must be waiting for the new growth I can see on the trees behind it. One great advantage to a leafless tree is that its structure is shown off to best advantage, and this one’s a beauty!

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    • becca givens says:

      Since it is in a walled area “park” setting, I would think the landscape crew would clear it if it was unhealthy. (Or at least that is what they’d do in USA) Reminder is the time of year taken was early September, and approaching Autumn. Many of the trees prompt me to travel there in another season to witness the difference. ❤

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