And other things that I like!
They look great! Like octopus tentacles.
Hello,That is an extensive root system. I do love a trail in the forest.There is always so much to see. Take care, enjoy your day! Wishing you a happy weekend!
Fascinating to see Pat, the trees look fairly old, those roots are doing a great job 💜
Erosion is taking total.
...I see the same thing, particularly in the Adirondacks.
Just barely hanging on, I'd say. :-)
Those are certainly some gnarly looking roots.
Trees can be quite resilient in conditions you wouldn't expect them to be.
Amazing!Have a great weekend!
Vaya. Sobreviven con las raices fuera.Buen fin de semana Pat. Cuídate. Un abrazo.
There's a lot going on under the ground which we rarely get a glimpse of.
We see that here too with trees that fell over still growing with their roots exposed.
Those are amazing roots. I hope they're not so exposed as to be compromised (some just grow that way, some are eroded). (To answer your question, the Flipper sign is still up next to the highway.)
Brilliantly Titled Cheers
Nature is strong and finds ways. We all will. (See Corona, we will, also).
That is beautiful!
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