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These color photos show the face of winter when trees and landscapes lose color and turn into black and white silhouettes often shrouded in fog.
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Deanna

Ed, when I saw the snowstorm approaching, which they wrote here was "storm of the century," I thought of you all. Fortunately, it was a lot of work cleaning the snow without major damage, I'm very happy. I hope your weather will be good with spring coming ♥:))

bowlakeboy

Deanna, the storm has melted away! About 14-16 inches of snow were washed away by rain! Of course, this was after days of shoveling and plowing... :)))

Juba1010

Thanks Sherry :-)

Deanna

Sherry, thank you for me and no doubt for the girls too for your kind answer. It is great that we can exchange our knowledge and opinions here. I was very pleased with your appreciation of my winter photos, I wish you pleasant days and look forward to seeing you again. Take care of yourself ♥:))

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jojosmom417

@Juba1010, @Deanna, and @dobrajaneckova, I thank you all for the enlightening answer to my question. I was not aware of this type of fungus attacking trees. It seems such a shame to lose one as interesting as this one. Also, the lightening theory seems very possible. Deanna, thank you again for these wonderful puzzles! May you all have a great rest of your week!! Sherry

Deanna

Dobra, I'm so glad you like that magical old tree and you wrote about it to me, thank you. You're right, these wood-destroying fungi weaken the tree very much, but I have hope in its size. I hope it will resists still for a long time, it would be a shame to lose such an amazing tree ♥:))

dobrajaneckova

An almost magical picture. But this magical tree has its days numbered - which suggests the occurrence of Polyporus.

Deanna

Judy, thank you again for your help. The idea with lightning seems to be a possible reason for the bifurcation of the tree. Sometimes I see two trees fused in a certain part of their trunks, so I really don't know. If this veteran could speak, he would certainly tell us. This is just a mystery ♥:))

Juba1010

You’re welcome Deanna. I wonder if it was struck by lightning long ago, and struggled to recover. It IS a fascinating tree. :-)

Deanna

Judy, thank you for the explanation for Sherry, you're just great! ♥:))

Deanna

Jill, thank you, I'm so glad you like the pictures of winter trees, especially this one. This was the reason I made this series, this tree is fascinaiting, isn't it? Those frozen shots are a contrast to your beautiful summer photos ♥:))

Deanna

Hello Sherry, your nice visit pleased me as well as your impressions from this photo. Thank you for the good question Judy has already answered. As for the appearance of the tree, the question is whether it is two shabby entwined trees, or one trunk that was sometimes damaged a long time ago and split into two parts. The lower part is one thick trunk. Those weird shapes on the trunk are really mushrooms. Their fibers grow through the inside of the tree and fruiting bodies appear on the bark, which are soft for a short time and soon change to the consistency of wood. Different types of such parasitic fungi are seen quite often. I'll find some photos and send you a link ♥:))

Deanna

Ed, thank you very much for your kind visit and message. I'm very glad you like the photo of this old tree. I hope that everything is fine with you after the snowstorm ♥:))

Juba1010

Those are a kind of fungus, jojosmom. I’m sure Deanna can tell you about them.

JillianB

Enjoyed all your trees in winter, this one is absolutely fascinating. Thanks you Deanna 😊❤️

jojosmom417

Hello, Deanna. I'm loving these photos of trees in the Winter! This one appears to be two trees intertwining as they grow. Since no one has mentioned it yet, I will have to ask what are those round objects that look like upside-down somethings and go all up and down the tree? I've never seen anything like them on a tree before. Thanks for sharing these four very chilly puzzles today. Sherry

bowlakeboy

Excellent photo, Deanna.

Deanna

Dear Dasa, you're right, from the warmth of home, the view of winter is the best ... although, sometimes it's also beautiful outside. I think that every season has its own charm, even though the winter is quite demanding. Stay warm, my friend, hopefully we won't have to wait too long for the first rays of spring. Take care, I wish you a nice evening ♥:))

Dear Deanna, these are breathtaking photos. Amazing trees. You're right, even the winter is beautiful ... especially from home. Thanks and have a nice rest of the evening. Take care, my friend. ♥♥♥

Deanna

Ha ha, thank you so much Judy ... I survived ❄️ ♥:))

Juba1010

Brrrr. HAPPY NEW YEAR ❄️🎉

Deanna

Yes, Judy, it would be interesting to listen to him. It was the last day of 2021 at an altitude of about 800 m above sea level, frost and fog, it was not a good place to listen to the magic tree at that time ♥:))

Juba1010

He looks like he has many old stories to tell.

Deanna

Hi Judy, nice to see you. I have that feeling too. I think he's a enchanted old wizard, I just waiting for him to move ♥:))

Juba1010

If trees could talk........

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