Tuesday, August 30, 2005

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7 comments:

C. Dale said...

How cryptic!

Peter said...

lol . . . if you look closely, you can fins lots of "trees" here.

Fresh Loquats said...

indeed. i like your blog. it's quite queer. and also very green, the strangest light lime pee green, like the frond of a
fiddlehead fern.

Nicholas said...

Very interesting.

A. D. said...

i found two trees. what do i win?

Pamela said...

Raleigh (my eight-year-old) wants to know if that's how you spell forestree. She found two forestrees. I only see one, but I am sure she is correct. Soon she'll beat me at Scrabble, also.

Peter said...

There are actually many more than two "trees" -- can you find them?

Hint: look vertically/diagonally.