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Woodland: Tree Silhouettes

Tree branches and half moon, Alice Springs Desert Park

Tree branches and half moon, Alice Springs Desert Park

November’s garden challenge theme is woodland — individual trees or leaves or woodland/forest views, fungi, wildlife or wildflowers. For my first post this month, I’ve gone with the striking shapes of tree silhouettes, whether snow-covered in winter, defiantly clinging to life with a few leaves, or undeniably dead.

Tree branches and cliff face in the mist, Grand Canyon

Tree branches and cliff face in the mist, Grand Canyon

Olive tree, Sicily

Olive tree, Sicily

Tree branches, Sydney

Tree (or deadly tentacled creature lying in wait for the unwary??), Sydney


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4 thoughts on “Woodland: Tree Silhouettes

  1. The one thing I do like about winter is that you get to see the structure of a tree with all those wonderful bare branches – I do like your olive.

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