Monday, February 18, 2013

Building A Mystery


In their own wooden way


I am happy to say


That trees house mysteries


As deep as their roots.

29 comments:

  1. I suppose that those belong to Woodpeckers - what brilliant homes they build, the carpenters of the bird world.

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  2. I hope you see little peeps peeking out of it soon! But, I wonder if the tree minds.

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  3. They are brilliant, tree with a hole in it. I wonder, what lives in there?????

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  4. Would be interesting if that turned out to be a woodpecker home. I knew that they excavated their own cavities, but I thought they usually did so in soft or diseased wood. That tree doesn't look soft or diseased, but then what do I know?

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  5. Very mysterious! To be continued maybe?

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  6. Nice finds, Rosemary! Those cavities look like they took a lot of hard work! Hope the dwellers are enjoying their home sweet homes:)

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    1. Quel est donc ce mystère ???... La maison d'un petit oiseau ou celle d'un insecte ?...
      Jolie publication.
      Gros bisous

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  7. It does look like the work of a woodpecker. I'd rather hear them peck on a tree than on the house!

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  8. Makes one want to grab a little telescope and have a good look inside.

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  9. Nice pictures you show. Looks like something a woodpecker ("the little carpenter Mr. woodpecker) have made ...... Wish you a good day :) Hanne Bente

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  10. Great pictures of a cave of the woodpecker, now try the pair to follow, then you can in a few months maybe the young woodpeckers shooting.
    Greetings Irma

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  11. Hello Rosemary.
    Always displayed a beautiful picture.
    I am always delighted with them.
    They are very beautiful.
    Is this the work of a woodpecker hole?
    I wish you a good day a lot of joy and contentment.
    I send greetings from distant Polish.
    Lucia

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  12. Hooray there are small Woodpeckers hahaha I'm sure SUPER!
    regards, Annie
    http://anniezon.blogspot.nl/

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  13. Hello Rosemary,
    That's a mysterious hole. But I think that about a few weeks at springtime here will be many little woodpeckers....??!! That would be nice.
    But maybe I'm wrong and somebody needs a hole for his game of golf,..hihi...!!
    Very nice shots Rosemary!!

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  14. Bonjour ces photos sont très belles et es oiseaux vont repasser dés les beaux jours
    tu vas pouvoir les photographier encire
    superbe je trouve

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  15. Did you get to peek inside?
    You managed to get us all guessing :-)

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  16. Whoaaa! A mystery, indeed. How will you get . . . to the bottom of it, Rosemary? Will you observe what comes out? Use a periscope? Mirror? Or do you prefer the mystery?

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  17. I guess this was w work of big woodpecker, wasn't it?
    To be continued...

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  18. Hello again !
    There is a lot of work to build this, you are right.
    Have a nice week Rosemary !

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  19. What a cool mystery! Will you solve it for us someday?

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  20. Twórca tej dziurki był bardzo pracowity. Pozdrawiam.
    The creator of this hole was very busy. Yours.

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  21. Have you seen who has made that? Maybe a woodpecker?

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  22. That is really cool! It's good to meet you, Rosemary! :)

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  23. Well, I'll be patient - and wait for the follow up, because I can only guess, as the rest here do, I have no clue!

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  24. I agree on the woodpecker ...but I really would love to know for SURE :-))

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  25. Ah, this is intriguing! I loved the entire build up...there are so many mysteries hidden everywhere :)

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  26. I find this really amazing Rosemary :-)
    Great family and very beautifully photographed

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Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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