Saturday, November 29, 2014

Twisted Trees


Some of them are nature's work, or the efforts of strangling riverbank grapes.



Others are the pattern left behind by an old lady with too much time on her hands and the desire to keep the little honey locust branches from reaching out and touching folks with their jagged little thorns. 





They are all kind of cool.

3 comments:

Cathy said...

Just like some people . . . . they just don't know 'straight up' . . . ; )

Terry and Linda said...

They are cool!

Linda
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threecollie said...

Cathy, I can't imagine how hard the wood must be in that old maple. It was hollow, but still standing when I met the boss...generally full of raccoons too. Even after dropping most of its limbs it puts out a few leaves every summer.

Linda. they amaze me sometimes. Thanks