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Birthday donations

On Facebook, this year for my birthday, I decided to collect and donate money to a charity that helps dogs and cats in Romania. If you’d like to help, that would be great. Maybe you could share this link.

On Facebook, this year for my birthday, I decided to collect and donate money to a charity that helps dogs and cats in Romania. If you’d like to help, that would be great. Maybe you could share this link.


More vines

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Detective work

I tried to ask a friend of mine, a biology student, to help me identify what had happened to the dead, or nearly dead tree, at the end of the sheep pasture. He couldn’t help me. I couldn’t let it go though and tried doing different internet image searches. At first I took the ’snake’s...

I tried to ask a friend of mine, a biology student, to help me identify what had happened to the dead, or nearly dead tree, at the end of the sheep pasture. He couldn’t help me. I couldn’t let it go though and tried doing different internet image searches. At first I took the ’snake’s nest’ for branches, then roots, but now I think it’s vines. More specifically English ivy. And it’s growing on a willow tree. So, I solved the mystery myself. 🙂

You might ask why I’ve been so obsessed with a dead tree. Blame it on our self imposed lockdown quarantine. There’s nothing much else to do, really. And the whole thing looks so shockingly creepy. To the naked eye. I realize that the distance and the relatively low quality of the phone camera could make it hard to see properly.

The vines are still growing


More creepy trees

My sister was out there this morning and she thinks the vines are ivy and the trees are willows. I understand that willow roots are tricky and perhaps that’s what’s invaded the dead tree. Its own roots? It’s like something from a horror movie.

More creepy…
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My sister was out there this morning and she thinks the vines are ivy and the trees are willows. I understand that willow roots are tricky and perhaps that’s what’s invaded the dead tree. Its own roots? It’s like something from a horror movie.


Dead tree?

Ugh. In the early morning light I noticed that the tree in my last photo is probably dead. What I thought was branches may be roots, either from that tree or something else. No wonder it really looks creepy. At least the oak behind it looks ok.

Ugh. In the early morning light I noticed that the tree in my last photo is probably dead. What I thought was branches may be roots, either from that tree or something else. No wonder it really looks creepy. At least the oak behind it looks ok.


Creepy

Sorry about the image quality or rather lack thereof. (It’s in a sheep pasture and not on our rented land.) This a view from one of our windows. If you click the image you should be able to zoom it. See the ’snake’s nest’ of what think is roots growing in an area where the...

Dead tree

Sorry about the image quality or rather lack thereof. (It’s in a sheep pasture and not on our rented land.) This a view from one of our windows. If you click the image you should be able to zoom it. See the ’snake’s nest’ of what think is roots growing in an area where the tree had been damaged a long time ago? It looks creepy. I feel so sorry for that tree.

This later photo shows the roots climbing higher.


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