A Dangerous Beauty

in treetuesday •  2 months ago

A long and beautiful walk in a park. If it is park, what do you think we have seen more?

Trees, of course.

All kinds of trees, big and small, young or old ... alive or dead!

You probably wonder how a dead tree can stay in a park. How does not see none of gardeners and get him out of there.

Because it is beautiful and is dressed by its killer. That makes him look alive!

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It looks like a beautiful tree, isn't it?

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Yet what you see is not his leaves. It is an ivy, a parasitic and climbing plant. A dangerous beauty!

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She invaded an old tree and probably ill. She put his roots in his trunk and branches and sucked all the sap. Probably because of this it dried out.

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This is nature, survives the most powerful!

If it's Tuesday, This Must Be Trees tells us @old-guy-photos!

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Тhe nature is just amazing. It creates so interesting things. This tree is actually very beautiful.

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Thank you! You have right. I was glad to find that tree because I've been posting in that challenge for a long time ... I have to find different topics, I don't want to repeat myself.

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I understand you completely. I feel the same way but not always find something different...

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Of course, is hard, but the same time increases our imagination.

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Yes. This is absolutely true. It increases also and creativity.

Yes it is
the vines can with the big one. but at the same time they give beauty
Happy day

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Glad to see you! Thank you. Agree with you...

Nature sure gives us many examples of survival of the fittest such as this tree and the Ivy

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Of course this is the case. Nature makes the only adjustments ... just the man is disturbing the balance.

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Yes indeed and very disturbing these days sadly

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Sure, in a park. In a forest I think it's quite common.