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Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

I love pictures of old stumps and pieces of wood; they hold such fascinating textures and multitudinous shades of brown, green, gold, gray. These are two of my favorites. I hope you enjoy them on this Earth Day!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth


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This is my 200th post!  Woo hoo!!!


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11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

  1. Ho’omaka’i on your 200th post, Carol! It’s fascinating to think, yeah, how that stump alone houses micro worlds we can’t see with our own eyes?

    1. Thank you for the kudos, Stefanie 🌼. Thanks for bringing that up; it’s totally amazing to think about the life going on in there!

  2. Such an interesting stub of wood. It looks soft on top actually. And, it also looks like the stump has a hairdo, and a very shaggy one 😀 Agree with what Stefani said. Who knows what lives among all that 😀

    1. Thanks for taking the time to comment, Mabel. That stub of wood does look soft – almost polished by the elements. Must be why it caught my eye. The stump is very messy, for sure! It’s interesting to think about what’s going on in there! 😀

      1. ‘polished by the elements’ Love how you say it, love that phrase. That stump must have had a messy hair day, or nature decided to give it a messy ‘do 😀

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