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Snoogly

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Connection Problems
« on: May 29, 2021, 08:52:52 »
This is unashamedly trolling of the recent connection problems, but I thought, why not?

Stumped! This grew since 1985. I never even noticed it until it was gone .... almost.

750_2109 by Richard Hawking, on Flickr

750_2108 by Richard Hawking, on Flickr

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750_2106 by Richard Hawking, on Flickr

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Hugh_3170

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Re: Connection Problems
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2021, 11:47:54 »
Nature's workaround!  :)
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Re: Connection Problems
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2021, 21:25:46 »
Newborn fig tree

Trees will grow in very strange places, and if they can't push through they will incorporate the obstacle.
I have seen an entire street post which had been planted too near to a big tree which got eaten up by the tree, only a part of the pole and the street name were visible... I will post it when I find it.

This photo was taken today, a fig tree was born under a heavy grid, given enough time it will expand to devour the grid or part of it

Ciao from Massimo
Since evolution has given us TWO ears and ONE mouth, we are supposed (me included) to be doing more listening than talking.