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Great shots. I love the shape and texture of trees. They make wonderful subjects. Happy weekend
Amazing shots of beautiful trees.Have a great weekend!
ilove hte shots. no kidding. when i see trees like these i love to touch them. i can almost feel the energy in these old trees. in chinese it is called 'chi'
These are fabulous shots. I also love tree trunks and you shot some great ones. Your shot of your grandson is so perfect. I enjoyed this post so much. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
I love the unusual shapes and textures of the trees you've shown.
You have shown them all to their good advantage. Thanks for sharing. Stop by to see my wooden entires.
Brilliant Chris! Love the trees, very imaginative and of course natural!Last year, these appeared on the old blog which you may have seen?http://scroblene-webley-bullock.blogspot.com/2007/10/to-woods.htmlEven managed to get a pic of Hatfield Girl on holiday...
Chris these are wonderful shots of interesting tree trunks, even one in my part of the woods!Have a great weekend.
With tree trunks like these, who wouldn't be! I can't figure out how come you have those fascinating trunks in England and we don't seem to. I am so envious!
Lovely trees! That's a really weird one in picture 5!
You have managed to capture some really amazing tree trunks there, I especially love the Horse Chestnut, it looks like fingers curling round the trunk.
Those are some truly unique tree trunks. I believe I, too, may have a thing for trunks.
these are great and mighty trees .. wow .. I wish there was place like this here .. where one could just rest beneath such trees.
I Love these tree pictures
i saw a picture online of a similar tree trunk, but it had a lizard totally camouflaged. nature is fascinating.
I've seen that tree in Madeira!
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