2011/09/26

The Fall




A while ago I saw this tree thing fall. It was absolutely amazing and those of you have seen it know how it falls. It was the first time I saw something like it. Don't ask me what kind of tree thing it is because I have absolutely no idea (and the truth is I don't want to know, the beautiful moment was more than enough for me - internet is so full of information that I happily share pictures with as little text information as possible, hoping to inspire you instead of informing you :)).

20 comments:

  1. I love when things like this happen. And what a great little tree thing that is! I spent a long time looking at the first photo, trying to figure it out, before I read the rest!

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  2. Ja det är lite magiskt. Fröställningen kommer från en lind, passa på att sniffa lite när du passerar en lind. De luktar riktigt sött också :) /Emmie

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  3. Is tilia seed! Our street has a dozen of these trees, it's wonderful to see al those seeds slowly 'helicopter' down.

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  4. Sandra do you get angry when people inform you when you stated you don't want to know?! I would be furious!! Disrespectful!

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  5. this **** tree is kind of 'our' tree in slovenia.;) you can find it anywhere and our govermnet had an idea to put its leaf in our emblem and flag! and honey out of this **** tree is the best! ;)

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  6. nina > no i guess they didn't read the whole text.

    ninalena > now that i know what tree it comes from i'm not surprised, berlin is full of those trees too (the scent is wonderful). thank you for censoring so sweetly :)

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  7. So ein schöner Moment - und so gut von dir festgehalten :)

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  8. Now I feel I need to make this "tree thing" out of felt!

    Inspired, I say!

    :***

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  9. We have those all over my neighborhood (in Portland, OR) and I love them! They're so weird & remind me of an insect-helicopter combination.

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  10. That is why this is my favourite blog...
    It's beautiful here. And kind. And restful. Exactly where my inspiration comes from...
    Thank you.
    xo

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  11. Heavenly creature...

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  12. if you should be happy enough to find fresh ones, you can collect them and drink them as tea - their infusion works great against nervous or anxious feelings and calms down!

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  13. wow, what a great moment :')

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  14. Super super pretty. Makes me happy just looking at the photos.

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  15. Cool tree-spaceship-thingy x

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  16. I thought it was a UFO sighting! ;)

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  17. oh yes, those little helicopters are magnifique! i have also seen them.
    and don´t worry, i´m not going to tell you what they are, cause i simply don´t know either;)

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  18. I love the dual meaning of fall in this post.. and I love fall. I also love your pictures. Good combinations all around ;)

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  19. I've never seen one :( I'll be keeping an eye out from now on. Your photos though give a lovely description!

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