~ observations collected into words~
Oh, I hate it when they cut trees down.
Hi Teri!Thanks for wisiting my blog.Wich you a great week.
Good for you Gudrun- I cannot imagine making a comment on your blog-in Swedish. Thanks for stopping by!
I love the texture of tree trunks! Feeling sad for this tree...
I am feeling a bit sad too.
Finally the house is quiet... home from work, greeted by Son of Son...just now leaving...catching up...Trees, well most do not live forever. So I once thought as a child. They tell me Willows only last for around ten years or so... mines' around for twenty. But dead branches fall off in storms. When she goes... I'll replace her.
Hey Jules- You know these trees and their transitions- sometimes we people help them along too quickly. Thankfully most of the willows I know have lasted at least 40 years... So I hope the one in my yard will do the same- it is 20 now. I love that willow.
Your "vainly" made me think of veiny because of the photo. PS You're right - I did a Dandelion stone last Jan, too - just call me Dandy!
Ah Barb - you caught my play on words- nice. I indeed saw veins like I am starting to see on the tops of my hands. I must search out that stone... that stone was a turning point for me and I don't know why.
I like your tree trunk, in both the ways depicted. :)
Rosemary- Tree trunks have caught my fancy the last few days... probably because the sky has been so grey and I cannot focus much on the sky.
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