Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the summers and warm in the winters of The Great White North.
It's true that decay has its own beauty, though sometimes we have to suspect our biases to accept that fact. I hope your snow is on the wane. It's Spring Equinox, after all.
I'm sure this dead tree will provide homes for several other creatures. Great shots!Wiley Willows Photoblog
Interesting photos of the decaying tree. Can't wait for spring to REALLY arrive. LOL
wow that last one is neat looks like a face with huge eyes
Nice post and what you say is so true.
I used the Birch pealings to make place mats one year for Thanksgiving....even when they fall, they are useful....the bears eat the ants that live in them, the squirrels make little homes in them and they make good mulch.
You are so right in your statement. In this case we can clearly also see the beauty of it - however, with our eyes it may be difficult to se the beauty of all kind of decay. Maybe we should learn to look differently on certian things!
It does have its own beauty. The second shot of the fungus looks like a face. Love your shots.Have a wonderful Easter Ex-Shammie.
What beautiful photo's. The tree looks like it could tell some stories.Nice to meet you, I'll be back.Darla
Hmm, wouldn't have thought it but you're right. The cycle of life.
Are those mushrooms on the tree trunks?Cool photos!! Poor birch tree!
It really is beautiful even tho it's dead. I recently took a picture of a dead tree also but a little different from yours.
When they fall to the forest floor and decay, they are called 'nurse trees'. Ain't Nature grand, everything is recycled..!
I couldn't agree with you more.
Fabulous pictures. Love the one that looks like a face.
It is beautiful to see though. And Nature is magnificent.I can not believe that your Grandson is now 1 month old!
I agreee totally!
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