Lonesome Tree’s History

I found this photo with the title=”Alentejo” on Flickr’s “Explore” page (6.09.2013) – the shot was composed by António Sardinha, Portugal, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com – then I remembered, that recently one of my four little grandchildren, aged two, had retired under such a shadow spending tree – and he was throwing balls. After some time his mother discovered that the balls he threw were horse droppings. Previously, a herd of horses had sought protection under the tree.
Alentejo - Explore #392 (6.09.2013)

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10 responses to “Lonesome Tree’s History

  1. My lonesom tree on the top of a mountain in styria
    the old tree


  2. OH NO about your little grandson! And gorgeous photo you’ve shared with us–thank you!


  3. A toy is a toy… we used to throw dried cow-manure like frisbees – you wouldn’t believe how far they fly!


  4. The lonesome tree may not be so lonesome after all.


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