Winter Tree Installation On Ynys Mon Wrought by sea winds over many seasons. Time Square #21 Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Amazing what nature does over time, seeing a tree like this would make me hesitant about living here. If it can do this to a tree, how might I look in 20yrs!!!
Ha! But then you don’t stay still long enough 🙂
Hee hee, I’m not quite as restless as Jo!!
But not too far behind methinks 🙂
Lovely shot Tish. The colour in those clouds is very moody.
Fabulous! 🙂 🙂 Restless? Me? I’m almost a stop-at-home! Merry Christmas, darlin, to you and your lovely man! Good health and best foot forward into 2019 🙂
Cheers, my dear. Just been over at your splendid light show. Wishing you and Mick a bright shiny 2019 in Portugal.
Reclining within sound of the ocean, Tish. Restful enough? 🌞🌞 xx
Ah. Sounds blissful. At least we have some sun here today, so not feeling overwhelmed with dankness.
And you are back! Looking very glam 🙂
That was Giverny on our Silver Wedding day 😃😃 xx
mysterious and dramatic at wish
Such a dramatic image. I am imagining the stories that this tree could tell; there would be many twists and turns, subplots, and even some dead ends.
A story tree – that’s a lovely notion. Makes me think of the shamanic world tree that grows in the centre of the universe and holds everything up.
🙂 🙂 One could imagine that your tree is an off shoot of the world tree.
Gorgeous tree. Your photo captured the beauty and mood of the Winter Solstice.
Thanks, Jennie. That’s just what I was thinking of – the solstice.
And it was just that!
I love the trees in Shropshire by the side of the roads – they always remind me of the Ents in LOTR with their outstretched arms and tangled branches. So often when driving I wanted to stop and take a photo but never anywhere safe to do so. I know this is not Shropshire, but it is a similar tree: an old man bending forwards to pick something up off the ground.
That’s a lovely image, Jude.
Beautify, hauntingly stark images.