I've put an exclamation mark beside the post title because I think we are all a bit taken aback by how quickly we leap from one 7th of the month to the next. Tree Following don't 'arf make the year go round!
Once you've placed your link you might like to read what's after it: an idea for December and a change in dates for Stuck Foot and Street Plant post dates.
Next month will be December. (Of course!) And in December it's Christmas. (Of course!) And at Christmas many of us like to do something a little different, something celebratory.
So in time for Christmas I'd like to begin a new page to reflect this. We'll have a glossary of surprising words. A list of songs with links. Your trees in art . . . poetry . . . And the only way this can be done is with your help. As wonderful as all your posts are I'm not volunteering to read them all again in search of gems. But you'll know where everything is. Would you email me the links?
|I think this is an ash - but it may not be. What do you think?|
If you've found a song about your tree on YouTube (or would like to hunt one out) - send the link.
If you know a painting of your tree in an art gallery and can find it on the internet - send the link.
Folk tales, tales from history, they don't have to be from your blog. If they are about your tree and you find some interesting reads - send the links.
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Photos taken on 1st November 2014.
(Link Boxes provided by Mr Linky's Magical Gadgets.)