Photography, Play, Travel Graveyard For Trees Everything dies eventually, and here’s where they put the dead trees. A few stumps are all that’s left of these magnificent specimens. Perhaps these are meant to be seats? Taken in Ireland © dannyboybroderick Share this:PinterestLinkedInPrintEmailTelegramLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Reblogged this on Garden Eden 777 and commented:
Oh I love this Picture, its a good idea 🙂
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I agree that this picture makes me feel sad
I’ll make sure I put a more cheerful one up next time 😦
You know, in certain parts of Vietnam, it’s believed spirits live in old trees. I need to ask my mom what happens when you remove the trees….lovely pic by the way.
It’s probably not good for the spirits. I know in Thailand the put colourful material around the trunks of some of the big trees. Similar idea I guess. Would be interested to find out too.
wow!! Interesting shot!! or flung there by “Scottish” caber tossers? 😀
Lol, quite possibly, although they’re a little short for cabers!
I really love this picture. It’s kind of sad though. 😦
Everything comes to an end. I’m sure they had a good life. I have a special broken tree photo which I’ll post another day. Keep a look out for it.
At least the grass is still green. 🙂
It was then. Probably been dug up and flats put up in its place by now.
Glad I do not play golf.
you’re welcome 🙂
Quite astonishing and beautiful.
What an amazing idea, and picture. ~Viola
This actually makes me feel sad… Love the caption
Awesome picture… 😎
It’s the “ent” of the line for these trees.
I didn’t hang about to find any ents…
I think I see a femur in the back ground. It does look like a bone yard.
Lol, yes the giant one at the back.
Hopefully, this will not be the scene of “Night of the Walking Ents”
You mean Ent = Giant right? I didn’t hang around long enough to find out. It’s a little spooky around there.