Closer up, it did look like a dead tree walking!
Ent! You have proof!
I agree Leigh. Apparently this is somewhat of an iconic tree phot.
Exactly. It's an Ent!
It is. The size is rather staggering in person.
Potential widow maker. I can smell the conifers....
I think you are right STxAR, although likely I would keep it just for the novelty value.
That is pretty neat!
Ed, it is - but I had to have it pointed out to me by The Outdoorsman. I would have totally missed it.
It is Groot! Glad you got that closer photo, TB. I didn't see it at first. Definitely a tree person. :)You all be safe and God bless.
It sure looks that way Linda.
An Ent captured in the wild.
John, this makes precisely 100% more personal direct evidence with Ents than any other cryptozoological animal for me.
I'm hopelessly behind, TB, though I know there are some posts here I really do hope to read. I wonder if I comment on an older post, will you readily see the comment? Do all unapproved comments sit at the top I wonder, or do they hang with their respective posts way down below. I'll try and you see. This broken tree is terrific!
Becki, in point of fact the I do see the comments as they roll in chronologically so yes, they do come right to the top!The broken tree is fantastic - one of those random occurrences of Nature that make for great fun.
Good! I'll comment with abandon, trusting you'll see them. ;)
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