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In the Shade of the Mighty Old Oak Tree


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  1. Great shot. The texture is superb.

    Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.

    FRANKLY MY DEAR

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  2. Wonderful perspective and great capture of the texture.

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    1. Thanks, Abrianna. It's interesting how it's truck was very smooth in contrast. I suppose it's because the trunk is much, much older.

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  3. I like your oak tree Su-siee. I am actually making acorn meal out of acorns from my mom's oak tree, so I have been thinking a lot about oak trees the last few days.

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    1. I've always wanted to try making acorn meal. Hope you write a post about it.

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  4. This is a great shot and look at all the round holes and round images-one looks like a boob and then on the right, there are all these small holes to me. It's spooky especially seeing all the circles

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    1. Boob as in What a boob? or Boobies? I can see either in the tree. Maybe this guy got into a fight with another tree one night; hence, the small holes, which would be his injuries.

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    2. I see one Boob-like in Ta-ta's, golden melons, Dolly Parton's...Oh well, you know what I mean now:)

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  5. Wonderful patterns and textures! A magnificent tree.

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  6. Oh yes, he is beautiful! Splendid patterns and nice foliage.
    Visiting from The Weekend in B&W, Hilde
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    1. The rest of him is gorgeous, too. Maybe I'll show other aspects of him over the next 2 Fridays.

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  7. A beautiful capture! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. When I see trees like this one, I think of how they are living things like us, humans.

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  8. Branches like an embroidery against the sky...... superb! We call this tree - "alun"...

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    1. I like your description of the alun, Alexa. Thank you!

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  9. I love old oaks. In all shapes and forms :)

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    1. I wonder if we could grow an oak in our front yard.

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