Wordless Wednesday – The Tree of Life








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Living in the damp middle of nowhere
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13 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – The Tree of Life

  1. lyart says:

    enough for everybody 🙂

  2. Wow! I had no idea there were black squirrels in the UK … a mutation? Fab pics too, thank you.

    • We used to live in Letchworth, Hertfordshire and there was a well-established large colony there. Yes, it is a genetic mutation in grey squirrels. They are spreading though and have a good representation in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire now too.

  3. Woderful. Crabapples are not popular here because people don’t like the “mess.” How stupid!

  4. That is strange to hear, but as someone who mutters about having a lawn of damson jam for two months of the year, I do have some sympathy! I wouldn’t want to be without either however.

  5. Eliza Waters says:

    A tree that delights all the senses!

  6. inesephoto says:

    This crab apple tree provides food for every creature.
    Wishing you a wonderful New Year!

  7. Chloris says:

    Great photos, I’ ve never seen a black squirrel before.

    • They are too cute, with their glossy fur and thick tails. They are allowed the apples, but I still chase them off the nuts. There is a band of black squirrel colonies across Herts., Beds. and Cambs. So they haven’t made it to you yet, but soon!

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