Today’s Pictures: 9 Nov 20

Six birch trees in the Forest of Dean.

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Taken on the Greek island of Rhodes in October 2017

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8 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 9 Nov 20

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    1. It is quite startling, isn’t it? As I mentioned to Denise (Momzilla), I’ve always been fascinated by the way plant life seems able to sustain itself with no apparent means of support.

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    1. I’ve always been fascinated at the way plant life is so persistent that it can, apparently, not only exist but thrive even when there’s no obvious source of nutrients.

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