Hmm, looks like someone chopped off the branches on that side 😉
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I don’t think they have. If you look at this picture taken from nearby, you’ll see how the prevailing wind twists and shapes the trees. https://sarahpotterwrites.com/2014/12/22/monday-morning-haiku-45-wind-sculpted-trees/
Thanks, Dale 🙂 I was going to title it “Petrified Bush” but thought that some people might read it as the bush being scared stiff, rather than semi-fossilized!
Ha ha! You may be right, some may have thought that… now I kind of wish you did call it that, just to see the response!
Oh Sarah, I thought this was animal bone at first, extraordinary… (although quite what kind of animal, I can only hazzard a guess at… !)
Something extraterrestrial that isn’t quite as dead as it looks, perhaps? (See me running at high speed down that muddy track, before that alien comes to life and does something terrible!!!)
Haha…now I know why you write sci-fi Sarah 🙂
How strange and quite eerie…
Yes, it looked extra eerie, as I took that picture not far off twilight.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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