Le 2020-11-13 à 14:23, William F Pokorny a écrit :
> On 11/13/20 11:32 AM, Norbert Kern wrote:
>> There is something fascinating about bluebell woods. They exist in Great
>> Britain, Ireland, Belgium and Germany (only two very small spots).
>> Bluebells are
>> an indicator for ancient woodlands, so bluebell woods are likely to
>> date back to
>> at least 1600 (from Wikipedia).
>> So there are many small young trees and a lot of dead wood. Flowering
>> time is
>> end of april to beginning of may.
> Wow! Another wonderful image. A nice counter balance for those of us on
> top of the world and heading into winter. :-) Thanks!
> I think the dead trees and rotting wood look especially good.
> To my eye the squirrel's tail looks a little long, but IANASE. ;-)
> Bill P.
The squirrels tails are longer than their body. It's just that they
rarely keep them straight, but they do while climbing up a tree.
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