Sunday Trees – 338

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland

Kylemore Abbey
Connemara County
Galway, Ireland


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22 Responses to Sunday Trees – 338

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  2. jesh stg says:

    Moss and lichen make a tree…a tree! Thanks for hosting! Here’s mine!

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  5. MythRider says:

    Trees are life to so many things, even in death. Beautiful.

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  6. lifelessons says:

    It looks like a woman slipping out of a flamenco dress of many ruffles.

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  9. prior.. says:

    really like the variety in the photo – from texture to color to interest.

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  12. Dahlia says:

    They look like tiny earthen diyas (lamps) that we light during Diwali 🙂

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  13. While on vacation I celebrated Cherry Blossom tree season. I was able to capture the beauty and magnificence of these lovely pink blooms.

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  15. shoreacres says:

    The parallel curves of the tree and the fungi are beautiful, even though I rarely think of fungi as beautiful! 🙂

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  16. ksbeth says:

    this tree looks magic

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  17. lifelessons says:

    Wow! That tree. Gorgeous.

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