Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree.




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13 comments:

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Those trunks make some strange twists and turns. Great shots, I guess that is why they refer to the spreading chestnut trees.

Vicki ~ FL said...

Mac, I love twisted & knotted tree trunks...great shots.

Gail's Man said...

That's a great looking old tree. All those lines, lumps and bumps. It has real character.

Robin Hood would be able to hide himself in there.

Linda Higgins said...

WoW! I would love to take a walk through that grove of trees. I would spread out a blanket, or bring a chair and a notepad and start writing a story....I can imagine the wooded creatures that have made many a stop along the way and left their story there!

lynnwiles said...

Fabulous tree there Mac,

Jackie said...

Oh my goodness!!! I'm taken away with your photos, imac.
I love trees (I love moss...but these trees WITHOUT moss are gorgeous!!!)

Lew said...

That tree must have produced a bunch of chestnuts for roasting over its long life!

Kerri said...

Very unique trees!

Gattina said...

Wow ! the perfect tree for a horror movie !!

Craver Vii said...

I have never seen such a tree as these. They must be so old. Positively magnificent!!

jinksy said...

Gnarled and knotted trees make great pics, eh?

George said...

What a wonderful chestnut tree! I love the way you captured the way it has spread.

Denise said...

So many gorgeous images today. It's been fun catching up.