Sunday, 1 May 2016

CDP Theme Day - Smell

Coombe Country Park
Brinklow Road

The 'Smell' in the Woods


(Above) The tree to the left has an usual trunk.  
I think the Park Rangers call it something like
'the tree with many noses'.

Have a closer look.....


It wasn't until this morning at Coombe that I came up with an 
idea for today's Theme Day blogpost.  
Next job is to find out what kind a tree this really is???


For other interpretations of the theme 'smell'
from around the world, please follow the link 
HERE.  And, have a good week!




13 comments:

William Kendall said...

No idea what kind of tree that could be, but it wouldn't surprise me if it started walking around and calling itself Treebeard.

Jack said...

I enjoy seeing your photos from Coombe County Park. Can't help you name that tree. How about "George"?

bill burke said...

I love the smell of forests, it brings me back to my camping days.

Barbara Radisavljevic said...

I haven't been in a forest for a while, so I don't remember that smell. I love the tree. I'm curious to know what it is.

RedPat said...

It is so unusual! Good one for the theme!

Petrea Burchard said...

I think "smell" was a great challenge for this theme day, and everyone did a great job. I can believe a tree has at least one nose.

Jacob said...

I've not seen a tree like this before and I'm a pretty nosey guy! Cute post and right on for the theme. We have cypress trees that live in our swamps which have big "nodules" at their base and in fact, that's the way the tree breathes to survive in the swamp.

Sharon Anck said...

Ahhh...yes! Nothing beats that out-doors, woodsy smell. I love it.

Nora said...

Thanks for sharing your funny tree with us, it is weird! Have a great week!

Kay said...

Fascinating tree! I've not seen one quite like that before, though I have seen ones that have fungus growing a little like this. Great choice for "smell!"

Lois said...

It is definitely an interesting tree. I wonder what it is! Nice choice for the theme.

Stephanie said...

It is quite an interesting tree.

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect for the theme. The tree with many noses----love it! Did you find out what kind of tree it is?
MB