Today’s Pictures: 2 Dec 20

A fallen tree drowns in the pond at Cannop in the Forest of Dean.

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On a walk on the Greek island of Samos. Taken September 2016.

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9 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 2 Dec 20

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  2. I find beauty in every tree and their shapes even in death. I love this picture it shows that winter has come to your beautiful historic forest. I love the ivy and moss which remains green. We have some here that is the same. Lovely. ❤️Joni

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    1. Me, too, Joni. As a youth, I considered becoming a forester. Other things got in the way, but I’ve always felt completely at home among the trees. As you say, they have a special beauty, even in death. We get lots of ivy here, as well as honeysuckle, dangling from the trees above. And some parts of the forest are carpeted with sound-deadening moss, making them serene spots.

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      1. Such a gift that forest. We too have honeysuckle, ivy and moss. “Sound deadening moss would really be a special place indeed. You would have been a wonderful forester. However selfishly I am glad you are a writer and photographer. Have an amazing week. Love ❤️ to you and Valerie. Joni

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