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What a fantastic tree, where is it and have you any idea how old it is?

9 Nov, 2007

 

This tree is amazeing. It branches spread out in like a weeping willow. You cannot see all of it, as it is far to big. In winter it's appearance is evil, and when you see it, you feel like it could just reach out and steal you away.In spring it's enchanting with fresh new green leaves on it's branches, where birds and squirrels play.There are two of these magnificent trees living in the cemetery just below the woods, where I walk my dog, two minutes from where I live. I believe they could be as old as early 1800s.I am especially fond of trees and there are many in that beautiful cemetery.

10 Nov, 2007

 

Where can I see this amazing tree? Rod

6 Nov, 2008

 

Wow my favourtie its fantasic. great shot. I can see a man holding on to the tree in the centre.

23 Nov, 2009

 

Er, there are lot's of them embedded in that tree. But I do see what you see, and he is not very easy on the eye..

3 Dec, 2009

 

There is a page I came across on the net with all different figures with in the trees.

3 Dec, 2009

 

I love this old knotted tree...reminds me of a story I wrote about a Gnarly Tree that I have met.

5 Jan, 2010

 

What sort of tree did you write about Catfinch?

6 Jan, 2010

 

It was a gnarly willow by a lagoon...I believe I have a picture of it on my photos..a crow is sitting in the branches...

6 Jan, 2010



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