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September 22, 2010

This old oak and its surroundings is a special place for me, a place – near Moesgård Museum – I walk by several times during the year.

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  1. September 27, 2010 1:03 pm

    Hi Truels,
    Can you tell us why this place is special to you?
    Such an old tree is probably large and with a big trunk. But in this case we can not see how big it is because there is nothing to use for scaling.
    In short time you can present it without leaves 😦


  2. September 27, 2010 7:15 pm

    I love old oaks and tree photos. This is an especially lovely image and colors. 🙂


  3. September 29, 2010 9:23 pm

    That is some oak with a lovely, curvy shape! I’m curious like Carsten…why is this place special to you?


  4. October 1, 2010 9:40 am

    I love oak trees and big ones like this one are just magical!

    This one looks like one I walk by very often in Hungary. I miss trees and oak trees *sigh*!

    Thanks for stopping by at my place. At first I thought ‘Oh no, not a Spammer again’.
    Had the worst Spam attack ever in the last two days 😦

    So, glad that you have found me and have brightened my day with your sweet words 🙂
    Have a great weekend!


  5. October 1, 2010 11:32 am

    Hi Truels.

    This oak is very beautiful. It seem to be really nice place for visits.

    Happy weekend.


  6. October 1, 2010 2:04 pm

    Thank you for the comments! There is not one single reason for making this place special for me – there are many! I often go for a trip in my local area – walk or by bike. “Local area” means then about up to 15 km’s from where I live. Sometimes I go for new spots, but many times I return to the same places: Places I like because of their beauty, vegetation, buildings, view or…… – and you know I have a special interest for plants – and trees! – nature and landscapes have always fascinated me – they are beautiful in different ways all the year. This place, where the oak here is, is such a place I return to several times each year: A beautiful, quiet, wild growing spot with a small pond and a lot of different vegetation – looking in a new way every time I leave my bike nearby and follow a track made by the deer. And civilization? The beautiful old manor Moesgård is only a few hundred meters away……



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