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September 2019



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Woodland walk

debris4spike in photo_scavenger


I was going to find some fantastic image, seeing as there have been some wonderful images already.  So when I took my parent's dog for a brief walk this morning took the camera.

However I realised that sometimes a basic image is lovely - amazing to see how complex a tree truly is, even though this one is quite small at present.


Then I got to their door, and spotted this in the tree opposite -Photobucket


Both very nice, but I love how the top tree has that wonderfully symmetrical shape "they" always use to show a tree as it represents the four seasons. Bare-branched as it is, it's the iconic image of winter.

I hadn't thought of that when I took the photo! The bare tree is just so fascinating - the more you look, the more there is to see.
That tree is beautifully 'tree' shaped. I love things to be symmetrical.
Thanks Carolyn - I just hope that it continues to grow that way, but as you see it is on the side of a road, so no doubt will end up being cut to allow for traffic.
You're right - birds do seem too big for the branch they are sitting on quite often!
You so expect to see the branch bend and break, yet it doesn't!
It's always amazing to me how such a heavy-looking bird can perch on such a slender branch. Proof they're not as heavy as they look.

Marvelous photos.
Thank you.

You so expect to see the branch bend and break, yet it doesn't! I on the other hand am heavy ... no disguising it with saying it's fluffy feathers!
Wow, that first tree picture is just gorgeous. So stark and so symmetrical; it's a fascinating image.
Until a couple of people commented I hadn't even noticed how symetrical the first tree was!
A nicely shaped tree.
Natural beauty is lovely, isn't it?
I love to see the bare outlines of a tree, it is a different kind of beauty.
It is one of those things that the more you look, the more you see.
Both lovely, but I really love the one with the bird in it.
It is always stunning how light birds are.

In winter a dark bird like that one gives the whole image a very stark look, doesn't it?