Tree Tuesday

This tree typifies the Australian struggle to survive. Twice a day at every high tide the sea comes up to the bottom branches.

I am part of Tree Tuesday,

Thank you Jeff of “JSod Photography” for starting this challenge


Categories: Australia, travel, Tree Tuesday | Tags: , | 10 Comments

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10 thoughts on “Tree Tuesday

  1. tree tuesday? i like the sound of that challenge!
    ‘your’ tree is really nice; it’s hard to believe that the water reaches those limbs each day, and it’s still hanging on! z


  2. Ohh, what a magnificent tree, love the roots!
    Happy Tree Tuesday!! 🙂


  3. How beautiful – it almost looks ‘human’!


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