From tiny beginnings to oceans I discovered the world in words

19 days into February

some variety

holly green and beech bronze hedge

twirly oak out in the field
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Elaine Patricia Morris (c) 2018
(katauta)

Comments on: "19 days into February" (4)

  1. Of course the twirly oak is in the field like a wild child free to grow as it pleases.

  2. Nature is very creative when it comes to survival and twisting.
    I am always amazed at the trees atop a cliff shore – and how the wind helps to shape them.

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