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I know I posted last night but,, gone again. maybe my brain has sprung a spring leak. : ^((.. Great wonderful moss covered limb and neat tree. Going away now , have a great evening, Hugs too.
I conked out early last night, before I got the chance to comment. This was an amazing tree...so much so that I had to pull over onto the narrow shoulder of the road and take a few photos. The branch is resting on the ground and then swoops upward. It's full of leaf buds and ready to go for another season. How it got all that moss on it, I will never know. Thank you very much for commenting, Lyndee, Jacques, Graci, Patti, Mat, Beekay, Dave, Snooker, Smllpkg, Morris, Cathy, Floyd, Robyn, Spricey and Toto! You guys know how to make my day!
Way cool photo, Laura. I'm glad that nobody ever tried to prune the tree.
That is a very unique tree LJ. I wouldn't have expected moss on such an open setting as this. Neat☺♥
Wow! How unusual Laura - and a neat photo!! Thanks!
The red barn makes a good contrast for the green moss. I agree with Cathy. Great picture Laura.
Amazing tree!! Great picture Laurajane! : )
Great photo, Laura! You need to get one with a blue sky in the background!!
Very strange looking! Something like an ice storm must have damaged it a long time ago, but enough contact was still there for it to continue to grow.
Looks like it got a little confused years ago. Great photo.
Thats pretty wild for an oak tree. And here's all that beautiful moss, and no Sandy!
This is one of the most interesting trees I think I have ever seen Laura, thanks!
What an odd tree :-)
Wow! So unique!
Yes, Lyndee is right, great shot Laura!
This tree really looks out of place. It looks like it should be deep into a forest where there's little light.