2010-08-30

tree

Roots

15 comments:

  1. Design impressionnant formé par la racine de l'arbre! :)
    Léia

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  2. Strongest impression. I need this image on my wall as source of inner strength.

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  3. Strong and beautiful! Good start to the new week:)

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  4. Stupendous ... this is such a great shot of a very interesting find ... I'm very fond of trees.

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  5. from the looks of it, it's going to be there for awhile.
    but it does look a bit creepy. ^0^

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  6. Gorgeous shot. Beautiful and creepy.

    http://ficklecattle.blogspot.com/

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  7. ...esta imagen si que es buena. Ese contraste de lo frondoso del bosque, y las raices por fuera del árbol.
    Saludos.

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  8. I love trees like this one... Don't know what part of England you're from, but you might love Dartmoor... there's some awesome woods.

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  9. Esta bien enrraizado...un abrazo

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  10. Thanks for the comments.

    Cezar and Léia: Obrigado.

    Irina: Спасибо.

    joo: Dziękuję.

    Joan Elizabeth: Thanks.

    arabesque: Salamat.

    Fickle Cattle: Thanks

    Fernando Gonzalez Seral: Gracias.

    Dominic Doherty: I am from Newcastle. There is the odd tree up North, but nothing like the Saarland, where one third of the surface is forest.

    Martina: Yes. Anatomically exposed.

    Catarina: Gracias.

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  11. Those roots remind me of the trees at Ta Phrom at Angkor.
    Cheers,
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  12. This is fantastic and the Angkor temples also crossed my mind.

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  13. I love those roots. A few weeks ago I was in a forest looking for something like this, but I couldn´t find anything. Greetings.

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  14. Impressive! Makes me wonder how old it is. And I've just realized that this is why we need more trees on our hills and mountains!

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