a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
It looks very cold where you are, Bill. Keep warm.God bless.
It's amazing where some trees are able to survive and flourish.
Ohhhh. Hold on, fella! As in tree, and you, too! :-)
The tree is planning to stay there for the rest of their lives.
If only we were as well anchored.
That should be deep rooted to withstand the erosion of the river. Great capture
Brave tree to keep up there.
Those trees are though cookies.
...and rocks help!
It's amazing how roots find there way to stay planted! Lovely!
Hi Bill.Super nice Bill those trees right by the water.Greetings from Patricia.
I am always amazed at how life adjusts to its surroundings. From iny shrubs in a shallow crag of rock to a tree settled deep, unmoved by passing water, life holds on.
We're in the midst of high winds here in the mountains of NC...and I marvel how 100 foot tall trees move so much but have steady roots going so far into the earth that I don't worry they'd fall.
It is a survivor!
They are hanging on!
Trees hanging on to a precarious bank get my attention.
Your pictures are always so interesting!!Be well.
Trees have to be tough to survive in these environments. Good views in your photos.
Increible como el rio erosiona con su fuerza los bordes; y como se mantienen unidos por sus raices esos arboles.Muy buena fotogragfia muy intersante!!Feliz Navidad Bill (si no puedo saludarte despues) que la pases muy bien con la familia ❤
Their was a lot of rain, I guess.
It does endure.
la humedad, la tiene muy cerca, por lo que nunca pasa sed.
I love photos with movement captured and this is a beauty Bill!
That looks pretty cool :-D
Suas fotos são divinas, Lugares lindos.FELIZ NATAL!
Wow they must have some strong roots not to have been washed away.NICE photos.
That root network is amazing.
I wonder if their roots connectMB