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THE SWING

THE SWING



comments (13)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Mar 2015, 00:52
Excellent!


[Tell me you played on this apparatus for ages, Chris...whooping and yahooing like a 10 year old!]
Chris: I sure did Ray!
Terrific composition!
Chris: Thank you kindly Elizabeth
Looks like this is Glastonbury
Chris: Well I did include that UNIQUE thing call the Tor to give you a clue!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 1 Mar 2015, 07:36
What a gorgeous, old tree - I saw some of them in the gardens of East Anglia- but here we are near the Tor of Glastonbury. I love old trees and I like your photo very much.
Chris: This is an ancient sweet chestnut tree Philine, a personal favourite
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Mar 2015, 08:15
Now there's a tree thats been around for a century or two I should think. It should be cherished, I think, and not used a plaything. Did you have a go on the swing?
Chris: I'm not tall enough, the terrible effects of having my new harem (Facebook) has taken its toll on my stature..
very creative Chris. great winter image
Chris: Thank you very much Ronky
this is a magnificent tree Chris and a fantastic landscape too
Chris: Thank you kindly Ayush: a magical place
  • Penny
  • Rain-soaked Derbyshire
  • 1 Mar 2015, 14:25
Looks fun. That's the sort of swing I used to hang upside-down from when young. It was probably a good treatment for the brain, so perhaps I should try it again!
Chris: Nothing wrong with your brain Penny. I have an ambition to take you to Glastonbury and walk to the top of the Tor, an experience you would love.
Looks like a good tree to climb, too...
Chris: After you Larry..
Lovely old tree, very old in fact looking at the collapsed branches, and going by the wear on the bank a much used swing as well.
Chris: A good old fashioned swing too!
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Mar 2015, 17:01
Lovely picture of a wonderful looking tree. Did you have a go on the swing?
Chris: No Anne, I'm too old to play the fool..
No doubt much used in the summer hols - in such times we built a raft on the River Wear - called it the "Nosmo King" - it was partly made from a door that had "No smoking" written on it
Chris: Happy days eh Tom!
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 1 Mar 2015, 19:24
Usually these tree swings have a body on the ground with broken ankles
Chris: A gruesome thought Comrade!

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