Sunday Trees – 350

featuring this year
Trees around Ireland
(39)

Bantry House and Gardens
Bantry
County Cork, Ireland

 

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16 Responses to Sunday Trees – 350

  1. Indira says:

    Beautiful. Trees are really amazing.

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  6. MythRider says:

    It looks like the male tree up rooted so he can be closer to the female tree. True love.

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  8. prior.. says:

    Love the twisted trunks – and the green!!

    and here is mine

    https://priorhouse.blog/2018/07/29/sunday-trees/

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  9. Love trees.
    On a recent holiday I pound the most incredibly huge trees with roots that ran across the ground for metres. You have inspired me to sort through my tree photograghs.
    Just beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  10. ksbeth says:

    the scene looks magical –

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  11. Rupali says:

    Look lovely!

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  12. Those are absolutely amazing! Definitely a most interesting garden! 🙂
    https://livingwithmyancestors.wordpress.com/2018/07/29/sunday-trees-10/

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  14. shoreacres says:

    I’m not so fond of formal gardens, or close-cropped hedges like the ones here, but the trees make up for it all. They may have had their trunks “managed” a bit in their youth, but they’re certainly interesting now.

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  15. Claire says:

    Wow, what magical trees! Look at those trunks!
    Here’s mine: https://womanofartandmind.wordpress.com/2018/07/29/sunday-trees-350/

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