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In the dark dark woods,There was a dark dark pathAnd down that dark dark pathThere was a dark dark bushAnd behind that dark dark bushThere was a dark dark tree....Pig TreeToday Pig Tree was pretty bright and happyAnd the dark dark mood had gone because he was talkingWith his friend Rhino aka turnip head....Attached Image: Pigtree 297 crop.jpg

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:D I see them! Good observation.
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This is great Basil! :thumbsup:

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This is great Basil! :thumbsup:

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A bit spooky :) Well seen and captured, Basil
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Pig Tree is the guardian of the bluebell woods, always keeping watch and never sleeps. He is very happy that you like him and his friends.... :)As we know. to the ancient Celtic people, oak was the protector, provider, benevolent king of the trees. Utilized as a healing wood, and very will grounded considering its strong connection to the earth. This wood helps center the mind, allowing it to focus on the task at hand and ignore distractions. Oak help promote both observation and intuition. Oak magic inspires bravery, presence, leadership skills, prosperity, and strength.Here he is Guarding his Bluebells. Thanks all for looking and comments.Attached Image: Pig Tree 130 crop.jpg

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The pig is even more striking in the second picture, great shots, made both my wife and myself chuckle.David
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Oink, Oink! I like the second one too.
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The pig is even more striking in the second picture, great shots, made both my wife and myself chuckle. David

Oink, Oink! I like the second one too.

Thanks guys. I hope I don't BOAR people with this :D
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Great stuff, made me smile :thumbsup:
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Great stuff, made me smile :thumbsup:

Thanks Mark. I am glad you liked it. Basil.. :cheers

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Great stuff, made me smile :thumbsup:

I agree :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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That's incredible. Must check trees more closely instead of looking for birds!!!

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I agree :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Thanks Roy

That's incredible. Must check trees more closely instead of looking for birds!!!

Ha HA, you never know what you might see...Basil

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I love both images Henry. Tell the truth now, you have been spending your time whittling :DDefinitely a feel good factor image :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Well Katherine, I would like to say yes, but no.. :angel: I found another that looks like a Mandarin Duck!! Got to stop eating those mushrooms....they are magic.. ;)



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