Sunday, January 18, 2015







It was a wonderfully mild winter day, and we had a lovely walk in the afternoon.  Once again we ventured off the beaten path and found that amazing tree.  It is riddled with holes and tunnels in and around and under it.  Not small holes either - big ones.  I would love to stake it out and find out who lives there!

I love the last photo.  That's my youngest heading up the drive toward home.  Is there anything more beautiful than the road that leads you home?

7 comments:

Jules Woolford said...

I love that tree! I'm so glad you are finding time to post again Starr, I have missed the Wonderland.x

Mary Ann said...

Old gnarly trees are the best. Maybe a wee fairy lives under that tree:)

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I LOVE the tree stumps, but honestly I want to know about that track. WAS it a track or something you designed in the sand? I'm thinking Sasquatch, LOL.
xx, Carol

Suztats said...

Enjoyed the deer track (I don't get to see them as often as I used to when I lived in the bush) and the tree is amazing. There's something about old gnarly trees that twist and turn. I always wonder about their history.....

Ghost Lily said...
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Ghost Lily said...

Hi Starr,
Good to see you back blogging again!
The tree forms and mushrooms are wonderful. I love how trees can look like natural sculptures.
Really nice collection of woodland photos. They are places where we can heal and reflect.
Best wishes,
Jo. x

barbara judge said...

Amazing tree! Trees can develop such lovely shapes and functionaries. Your tree find probably hosts a multitude of animals. What a beautiful path your son is taking in your photo -- on his way home. Nice --