PF PHOTO CONTEST - The Tree Of Life (9/13-9/19)

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With so many perfect picturesque trees I feel like adding another one - perhaps not worse than those already shown, but for sure not better - doesn't make sense. But I can always try to add something a little bit different. Perhaps not The Tree of Life, but The Tree Full of Life. Or at least - The Tree Full of Appetite.

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I swear I have heard crunching when taking a picture; could be it was my wife eating nuts, but I am not sure.
 
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turbo and Moonbear, thanks. That park has a few cool looking trees ... I had to choose between this photo and another.

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LOL Borek. That's awesome!
 
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With so many perfect picturesque trees I feel like adding another one - perhaps not worse than those already shown, but for sure not better - doesn't make sense. But I can always try to add something a little bit different. Perhaps not The Tree of Life, but The Tree Full of Life. Or at least - The Tree Full of Appetite.

tree.jpg


I swear I have heard crunching when taking a picture; could be it was my wife eating nuts, but I am not sure.
Nice (hungry) tree! I have another picture that I considered using, but I couldn't locate the print. We were renting an old farmhouse that had been occupied for over 150 years and at some point, the residents had fastened a zinc sign topped with a figure of a squirrel to a big oak tree out front. The tree had pretty much engulfed the sign so that just a little bit of the squirrel was left showing.
 
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You have less than 2 days left to submit a photo for this contest.

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Today I went out to photograph an old derelict mill (the one in the background). It stands in the middle of one of the main industrial areas of the city; hardly a natural paradise. Yet next to it, growing out of the concrete by the river bank I found this apple tree clinging to existance (more than clinging, doing quite well considering its situation). I thought it deserved a photo
 
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I have decided that it isn't even worth posting my "good" photo, there are so many amazingly beautiful pictures! So instead, I will post the photo that shows life.

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Incase you can't read it (since the image is so small now), it says something like "Me & Lee, July 11, 1949". Or it could be Me & Sue, or Me & Lea...... But the date is very clear.
 
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I have decided that it isn't even worth posting my "good" photo, there are so many amazingly beautiful pictures! So instead, I will post the photo that shows life.

335051839.jpg


Incase you can't read it (since the image is so small now), it says something like "Me & Lee, July 11, 1949". Or it could be Me & Sue, or Me & Lea...... But the date is very clear.
Perhaps "me & Leo"?
 
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another photo, done it in my backyard

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another photo, done it in my backyard

Sorry, but this contest is over. The dates of the contest are listed in the title.

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