driftwood forest

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my mighty oak <3

my mighty oak ❤

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About Madeline Scribes

A writer with a sense of humor. If anyone can laugh at life, it's me.
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10 Responses to driftwood forest

  1. mukul chand says:

    thank you for liking my posts and following them.

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  2. susielindau says:

    I love the Mighty Oak at the end. Ha!
    Thanks for stopping by the Drop and Hop! It will be raging for a few days, so stop back anytime to see who has joined in the fun.

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  3. barbtaub says:

    I came over from Susie’s Drop and Hop. Love your photos! Where is the driftwood forest?

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  4. Lynn says:

    What a fantastic group of shots! Just beautiful!

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  5. whine-wine-whatever says:

    Really great shots. I love the underlying message in driftwood. How a tree has gradually grown, developing roots and branches, then limbs are broken due to harsh conditions or age, or entire trees are uprooted and ravaged, they fall into the sea and get tossed about and battered, finally coming to rest on the beach, flaunting their weathered but striking beauty. 🙂

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