Part of Becca’s weekly photo challenge Sunday Trees.
More beautiful and unusual doors on Norm.0’s blog in Thursday doors. Thank you for stopping by.
This is my contribution to Becca’s weekly photo challenge Sunday Trees 249.
Thank you, Becca – and thank you all for looking!🙂
An organic meadow orchard [Streuobstwiese] in the middle of a big city…
The fruit-trees aren’t trained like here, but more or less left to themselves, the grass is mowed only now and then to please insects and small creatures. When the fruits are harvested, schoolchildren learn how to make juice. The whole estate, Gut Karlshöhe, serves educational purposes for the environment, healthy living and sustainability. And the bees are happy, too. Don’t you think?
This is part of Becca’s weekly photo challenge Sunday Trees 248. Thank you, Becca!
No, I’m not going to bore you with Yggdrasil or even the worst film I ever saw. The tree of life is what I call the tall tree on a birthday cake I admired last Sunday. I was just a guest, but the birthday girl depicted on this culinary masterpiece was really true to life and so much more intriguing than a battery of candles! And yes, books always were and still are her life.
What kind of tree could it be? I’ll leave it to your imagination…🙂 A *beech* [Buche] would make sense, as it’s almost the same word as *book* [Buch] in German. Yggdrasil was (or still is) an ash-tree, though…