During a country walk a few days ago I happened upon a peculiarly shaped ash tree.
Peculiarly shaped ash tree, with two ‘legs’
It reminded me of a giraffe.
As ash tree that looks like a giraffe.
I know, weird, huh?
I thought it was a deer with a long neck :) (indigenous species)
That would be more likely than a giraffe, admittedly.
That is really weird!! I can only think that it was cut off or bent over at an angle at some early stage, and it refused to give up! Definitely a very long-necked giraffe! A new species for Scotland – it is your right to give it a Latin name, I think!
Isn’t it odd? I looked at it for quite a while to try and come up with a reason for it having grown like that but I’m afraid I drew a blank. I would love to give it a Latin name. :-)
Glad you like it!
Wow! How cool is that!!
Good, isn’t it? Quite peculiar.
Very cool tree…can’t wait to show this to my two grandsons who will get a kick out of this.
How lovely, I hope they’re tickled by it.
You have a good eye – that really looks like a giraffe!
Thank you Meg, I’m glad you see what I mean.
LOL, it does look like a giraffe!!
When you have some spare time, you should paint is black and yellow :)
(or delegate it to your assisitants ;)
Why didn’t I think of that? Genius!
He looks like he’s dressed for a parade.
He does! :-)
flipping tablet never posted the comment – how annoying
clearly too much tea
I know you won’t agree with me on this point Scott, but I would suggest that the problem was more of the ‘not enough tea’ variety. I was gasping for a cuppa after my walk and the shock of encountering a small giraffe.
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