‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt2

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‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt6

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‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt7

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‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt8

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‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt9

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‘Big Tree’ 2016 prt12

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11 comments
  1. I love the bark of that tree.
    It’s truly a beautiful tree. Strong-willed, hard-headed, tough, beautiful tree! ;o)
    And about yesterday…You know Harrie, I am not the prissy type and I even probably swear more than my share. But I still get a nauseous feeling when I hear that young girls now loosely call each other b**ches. There are still too many demeaning connotations to that word for it to be used that way without a strong condescending flavor. To me, it is at least as powerful as saying to a guy that he is a f**ass** or a d**k. No less.

    • Sorry if I have caused any nauseous feelings; and good to read that you’re not the prissy type 😏 I tried to say something positive with an edgy word. And I share your feelings about the ‘decay of ethics’. See you! ✋

      • I didn’t doubt for one second the intention behind. 😏✌

  2. Lena said:

    Lovely serie, I just can’t get enough of trees, they are always interesting and beautiful.

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