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Old Trees in Thornley woods...R.


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10/13/20 10:27 PM GMT
It's so amazing how those gnarly trees continue to thrive - they do add a unique look to the landscape - Great Capture Ritchie!!!
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10/14/20 9:29 AM GMT
---Old Trees in Thornley woods---

I wonder whether you've encountered gnomes on this photo shoot, Richie, 😁

Wonderful and intriguing capture!
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10/14/20 12:19 AM GMT
Quite an impressive scene, captured perfectly, excellent setting for some kind of adventure.
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10/14/20 1:33 PM GMT
I love gnarly trees, and these sure fit the bill. ...S.
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10/14/20 2:51 PM GMT
They look like they are dancing. Perhaps the twist or the tango.
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10/14/20 6:22 PM GMT
I too am a fan of gnarled trees - more interest that way - this is goodie.
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10/16/20 11:41 AM GMT
A fabulous autumn scene - it has a touch of mystery. The Enchanted Wood springs to mind. Those stories were my escape into magicland as a child so that is a compliment of he highest order !
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