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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
    This bike was laid against a tree years and years ago. The child who left it, never came back for some reason we'll never know..... so the tree grew around it!

    It's about 6 feet off the ground. I suppose someone could do a measurement of the tree and figure out how long it took the tree to envelope the bike. It's located on Vashon Island, WA.

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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    Today, I have a nice tree to put up. :)

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    ItsOK921ItsOK921 Posts: 169
    Just one part of my plumeria tree...in New Jersey. Its almost time for it to go to sleep for the winter =(

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    FifthelementFifthelement Lotusland Posts: 6,935
    Great pix everyone. That tree with the bicycle is amazing :o :shock: :D The bike looks like it might be from the 40s or 50s. Very cool 8-):D
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    ItsOK921 wrote:
    Just one part of my plumeria tree...in New Jersey. Its almost time for it to go to sleep for the winter =(

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    Very pretty!! :)
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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
    Great pix everyone. That tree with the bicycle is amazing :o :shock: :D The bike looks like it might be from the 40s or 50s. Very cool 8-):D

    It would be a very good story to speculate on how the bike got there and what happened to the child...
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    :) Some trees-->

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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    A few more trees. I have to get outside today and find some more interesting scenery. :)

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    My favorite view of a tree...

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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    My favorite view of a tree...

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    I like that shade of green. ^^^ :)
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    I saw this unusual tree on Sunday-->

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    justam wrote:
    I saw this unusual tree on Sunday-->

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    Nature is an amazing thing. I love this...
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    My least favorite view of a tree.

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    melodiousmelodious Posts: 1,719
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    May the sun shine from our beloved Souls!!!

    blessings!
    all insanity:
    a derivitive of nature.
    nature is god
    god is love
    love is light
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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
    This tree stood alone along a reservoir for years. Then one day it was gone.

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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
    I belong to the Arbor Day Foundation and you can get 10 free trees sometimes. Well, they aren't really trees when they arrive, they are more like sticks, with a bit of root coming out.

    I planted this stick in my front yard a year ago and it's now turned into a tiny tree. I'm a bit worried about the shape of the trunk though. "See the way that tree bends?"

    Plus I don't remember what kind of tree it is....any idea?

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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    I don't know the name of that type of tree but I have some pictures of them.

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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
    Yeah! I love purple.
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    :)
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    stuckinlinestuckinline Posts: 3,359
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    ^^^ That's lovely!! :)
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    ItsOK921ItsOK921 Posts: 169
    This tree stood alone along a reservoir for years. Then one day it was gone.

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    Love the picture, the story makes me sad :(
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    BhagavadGitaBhagavadGita Posts: 1,748
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    It is tragic. I often feel emotional about trees. I feel like they are more alive than we think. Maybe it was lonely there and some chainsaw changed it's life.

    It's probably bark now in the doggie park.
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    stuckinlinestuckinline Posts: 3,359
    justam wrote:
    ^^^ That's lovely!! :)
    thanks, we are in the middle of a very wet fall. FINALLY the sun is shining today
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    I have this fascination with the book The Lorax by Dr. Suess.

    One day I bought some clay, took the stump from our Christmas tree and made this Lorax.

    The photo isn't the greatest sorry.

    The strange thing is that I was talking to a friend the whole time I shaped his body and to this day I have not be able to reproduce it. Creativity comes and goes I guess.

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    I have this fascination with the book The Lorax by Dr. Suess.

    One day I bought some clay, took the stump from our Christmas tree and made this Lorax.

    The photo isn't the greatest sorry.

    The strange thing is that I was talking to a friend the whole time I shaped his body and to this day I have not be able to reproduce it. Creativity comes and goes I guess.

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    :)
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    So, I guess this picture fits in this thread because of the tree STUMP?! :?
    :D
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    justamjustam Posts: 21,402
    :) Here are some big 'ol leaves from Tampa-->
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    justam wrote:
    So, I guess this picture fits in this thread because of the tree STUMP?! :?
    :D

    No, because The Lorax by Dr. Suess is about trees.
    Sorry.
    Should not have shared this. :oops:
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