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Fangorn Forest
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 03-25-2020, 10:07 AM

The last habitation of the Ents, on a dreich day...

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03-25-2020, 10:34 AM   #2
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We don't seem to have forests like that and that may be due to the fact we don't have Ents or dreich days.

Your photo has an otherworldly atmosphere.
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We don't seem to have forests like that and that may be due to the fact we don't have Ents or dreich days.
It maybe your just not looking in the right places... I'm sure they both happen there too.

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Your photo has an otherworldly atmosphere.
Thank you very much.
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Nice and as they say...moss grows fat on a rolling stone

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Nice and as they say...moss grows fat on a rolling stone
Thank you for that.
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Ah, and fur sairtin, tis a bonny pic ye hav' thair the noo, me Mon. Is there no' a wee hobbit or twa, hidin' behind one of those trees?

I really like this one, Kerrowdown. Definitely an enchanted woods.
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Ah, and fur sairtin, tis a bonny pic ye hav' thair the noo, me Mon. Is there no' a wee hobbit or twa, hidin' behind one of those trees?

I really like this one, Kerrowdown. Definitely an enchanted woods.
Thank you so much for your “local” kind comments.
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nice mood and processing thanks for sharing

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Nice image...a scarifier would be a lost cause here!
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nice mood and processing thanks for sharing
Thanks very much.
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Nice image...a scarifier would be a lost cause here!
Aye indeed, you’d probably have conservationists chasing you too, as it’s a “Site of Special Scientific Interest” (SSSI).

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What pray tell be a Fanghorn?
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What pray tell be a Fanghorn?
Fangorn Forest is place from the The Lord of the Rings books by J. R. R. Tolkien.
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Fangorn Forest is place from the The Lord of the Rings books by J. R. R. Tolkien.
Thank you for saying 'Books', and not films.
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Thank you for saying 'Books', and not films.
I read Lord of the Rings every Christmas for 10 years, back in the 70s. Somehow many of the details are forgotten.

I saw the films a few times too. I thoroughly enjoyed both experiences, and still own copies of both the books and the movies.
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