This may look like just another old tree, but it isn't. According to the comments on the Flickr page of Cornell University digital collection - of which this Victorian albumen print forms a part - this is a photograph of the oak tree near Leamington which marks the geographical centre of England. As a Sepia Saturday prompt it might lead you in the direction of trees, or the centre of things, or fences, or things which turn out to be more than they seem to be. As always, the choice is yours. All you need to do is to post your post on or around Saturday 3rd June and then add a link to the list below.
And whilst you are wondering which direction to go in, you might want to pause and look what is around the corner. Here are the next two Sepia Saturday prompts.
Now you know what is ahead, it is time to decide which direction to go in. Good luck.
An obvious theme from me this week - Trees, Seasons and Memories.
A postcard with the famous Trees poem led to the discovery of some football trivia.
Back to my roots ....again!
BIG is the only necessary word here!
Thoughts about a few tree photos from my family albums.
Love trees and flowers, so these are more recent pics...sorry not sepian this week.
I got it. I really got it.
A willow tree and a couple people
And, as always, my thanks to Marilyn for reminding me to add my post to the Links List!
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