it is a beautiful tree, what is left of it anyway
I love the patterns of your old tree roots. I also played among the roots of gnarly old trees building cities and rooms, whatever the roots inspired in childish imaginations. My cousin and I could spend hours among the roots.
i wonder how many of us used to play cities or rooms in tree roots when we were young.............!
There is something about exposed tree roots that call my name too, Gilly.
I think the thing that is so attractive about tree roots to many of us is the strength of them.
I always wanted to be the Wendy to Peter Pan's lost boys, and keep house in the roots below a tree. And then I wanted to be Swiss Family Robinson (after the movie came out) and live in their glorious tree house. Still do.
Wow, that is quite something, Nature's artistic side, a great photo for the theme, I enjoyed!
interesting tree, wonderful old rootsI can never resist tree roots; all sorts of stories of hoblins and goblins living amongst them spring to mind.
Nice pictures! I often wonder what stories old trees could tell if they could talk.
Nice pictures I love trees. I often go to the park here where there are many old trees and on our tramp the last few days we hugged an 800 year old tree. Takes a few people to surround him.
You got the best half in the deal...it's like fingers reaching out to grab the ground. Masterful.For what it's worth, there are no rules that dictate you have to capture the entire tree. Or the entire anything, for that matter. Indeed, some of my favorite scenes are those where I've "clipped" the composition and only focused on a small part of the larger whole.Gorgeous.
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