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Bluebell Wood

Bluebell Wood 3, originally uploaded by Ascendingkitty.

The Bluebell Fairies

When all is dark and quiet,
And nobody’s about,
‘Tis then the bluebell fairies
Come dancing softly out.

They first peep from the bluebells
To see that no one’s there —
At us they might be frightened;
They don’t mind Mr. Hare!

They tell him elfin stories
Of wonder and delight,
And creep, when morning wakens,
Back in the bluebells bright.

Mother Nature Stories- 1908.
Howard E. Altemus

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Resting tree dryade

Resting female tree dryade, originally uploaded by Titus DB.

 

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where am i ?, originally uploaded by Lars van de Goor.

 

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I’d like to go by climbing a birch tree,
And climb black branches up a snow-white trunk
Toward heaven, till the tree could bear no more,
But dipped its top and set me down again.
That would be good both going and coming back.
One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.
Robert Frost

 

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Pretty in Pink

Pretty in Pink, originally uploaded by claustral.

cherry blossoms

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shelter under my leaves

shelter under my leaves, originally uploaded by Lars van de Goor.

 

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fairy tale world

Merry Christmas to everyone!, originally uploaded by DeDaniel.

 

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Holy Thorn in Winter

Holy Thorn in Winter, originally uploaded by Steve Spraggon.

Glastonbury Thorn, a hawthorn reputed to have been planted by Joseph of Arimathea.

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Major Oak

Major Oak, an ancient Pedunculate oak in Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England, the most famous and most visited tree of Great Britain. About 800 years old, with a girth at breast height of 10.5 m.

Major Oak, originally uploaded by Martyn Starkey.

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The Major Oak – Sherwood Forest

Major Oak, an ancient Pedunculate oak in Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, England, the most famous and most visited tree of Great Britain. About 800 years old, with a girth at breast height of 10.5 m.

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