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Old Tree

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Tree trunk still stands proud

17 comments:

  1. I KNEW I Shouldn't visit your blog. Just makes me want to get back on a Qantas flight and head back to Australia! That is, indeed, a very impressive old looking tree. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Sounds like you enjoyed your visit! =D

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  2. Lovely photos, the detail on the tree and reflection in the water is lovely. #mysundayphoto

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  3. Oooh - I imagine a big croc lurking in the water under that beautiful old tree ...

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  4. What a great old tree, I wonder what happened to it to get to this stage

    Thank you for linking up

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  5. what a beautiful picture!
    I can definitely see a face in that tree

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  6. Gorgeous pictures Stella. I am so fascinated by old trees and the way they twist.

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  7. Just love that tree with the face, must be an Ent :-) #MySundayPhoto

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  8. What a beautiful place, there is nothing better than nature and you capture it so well

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  9. Lovely shots Stella, the detail is amazing. There are always so many cool patterns to find in nature. - Tasha

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  10. I adore trees from every which way Stella, I think they're so special and you've certainly captured a character here.
    The details of the trunk and it's reflection are great. Oh how I miss Australia!

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  11. The tree is architectural but you found teh perfect angle and managed to get a bird to cooperate and pose, too.
    Beautiful!

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  12. Very nice picture Stella. Looking at this old tree is a little like looking at history

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  13. He looks so amazing. I can see a face and the knowledge that you get with age. #mysundayphoto

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  14. I LOVE trees! Such amazing shots, I can see a face too :)

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  15. I love nature shots. I can see myself doing it someday (once I get some time and a decent camera, that is...)

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  16. Hi Stella, that tree looks amazing. I bet it was huge when it was alive.

    xx

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