And I bet you didn't let Flossie carry it home?!
When I saw that first photo, I was reading Flossie's mind: "Wow, another big stick!".
I saw that too. Great photo find.
You could have taken the tree back home and cut it up for logs for Malcolm ......
How beautiful !When some really old trees were cut down in town for a road-widening scheme , some locals asked the workmen for a slice of the trunk . And , miraculously , the workmen obliged .Lovely souvenirs .
An elephant loose in the woods is certainly going to cause a stir when its transmogrification (great word!!) is complete.Dan-x-
That's clever, having eyes to see that.Florence is still a proper dog shape, not fat like so many labs, including Benno. But then Benno is 11 now, not a mere sprig like Flo.
Cool!! You've got a good eye..
What a shame, but it's not so bad when they fall of natural causes. I hate to see them being felled in town just because they were planted in the wrong place to start with.
I`m glad I`m not the only one to see faces in trees.....Your photos made me think of the Ents in Lord of the Rings.Sad to see a fine old tree downed by the winter winds.
Oh, how I do love your photos but hate to see such a lovely old tree down.And, perchance were you referring to the transmorgrifier in Calvin and Hobbes? We all know where THAT always led...lol!
That's a bit alarming...
Oh yes, an elephant. What a discovery.Flossie looks so small next to that trunk.
Oh my goodness! That's great!
An elephant tree! bryn likes big 'sticks' too!
Oh! That is WONDERFUL! That's how fairy tales began, I bet.
What a fabulous find. Lucille directed me to your post after viewing my post showing another version of Nature's art:http://mymagpiecollection.blogspot.com/2011/01/rubenesque.html#comments
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