Sunday Trees – 375

375th Sunday Trees

I am not sure what happened to this tree,
and am quite surprised the owner of the property kept it.
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(2 views of the same tree)
Gatlinburg – Pigeon Forge
Tennessee

 

 

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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 – 375

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  6. Poor tree! Who know a new shoot will come out!
    Here are my bare trees. Have a great week:) https://wp.me/p9EWyp-vW

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  7. I love that gnarly old tree trunk, telling its story in its fissures and furrows.
    Here’s my contribution for this Sunday Trees prompt, spurred by the realities some I know are facing, forever changed.
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    Na’ama

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  10. Love your photos.Thanks for sharing! Here are my photos. I think you’ll especially like the second one.
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  14. shoreacres says:

    They may have kept it for the pollinators like carpenter bees that build their nests in old wood. You can go to a box store and buy the lumber to build a home base for them, or you can keep your tree!

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  16. Timelesslady says:

    I like old gnarly wood, I often see faces and other shapes of things in its craggy bark.

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