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Tuesday, December 20, 2011




Leaving the light
trunks of tall trees
sink into roots




Jane Reichhold



7 comments:

Bob Bushell said...

Excellent photo Joo.

M.Kate said...

That a huge and scary tree too, but good shot anyway. Just wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and enjoy the festivities :) Hugs...MK

Lowell said...

These leafless trees always intrigue me...they look like such a rat's nest but then in the spring they begin to green up and by summer they take on another mantle completely.

This is a wonderful photo!

Magia da Inês said...

Super lindo!!!

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Joan Elizabeth said...

Funny that haiku ... I always think of trees in the other direction ... roots upwards.

Lucy said...

Very good picture, Joo. I do come in but because I am in a hurry I don't always comment.

Magyar said...

a puzzel
this light behind naked limbs
from the root

__Best Christmas wishes Joo! _m

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