Tree

Near Fittleworth in West-Sussex you can find Burton Mill Pond, and a beautiful forest of old trees. The branches are amazing, the stories they would tell if they could.

England, Fittleworth – February 2005

Originally shot with Nikon D70, edited using Snapseed and Marksta.  Click the picture for a larger version.

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      • I did some posts in the fall about faces in nature. Through research I found native Americans think the faces we see are old souls showing themselves to us. We should be lucky to see them.
        Happy New Year to you too. I haven’t been around much. I’ve take to Twitter more. We’ve been busy with a new venture, which I’ll post on soon.

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        • Interesting thought of the faces. It could be the reflection of inner awareness maybe. Looking forward to hear of the new developments! I am not really active on Twitter. What’s your handle?

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        • @rocse1 is my twitter…. you can also link to it from the right pane of the blog.
          I find twitter faster to post a pic or something and the phone is always with me. My computer is old and slow. I have been looking for a new one for 2 years and haven’t found one I like yet. My fav brand is slowly changing over to big business machines, so hard to get one. I love this one though. It has lasted forever and is small and easily portable!

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        • Duhhh OK now I got it. I guess I was thinking grocery shopping and when I saw PC I was thinking of the PC (presidents choice) carried in some grocery chain stores here.OK COMPUTERS… I am looking for Toshiba. Mine is 8 years old and still working pretty well, so I would prefer that brand again. Unfortunately they are going way of business and less home computing, so hard to get any. Just the clearance ones out there and they go fast due to low price. The search continues.

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