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July 5, 2011

Unique Tree Growth, Yorktown, Virginia




Along the moss covered brick fence of the Grace Episcopal Church in Historic Yorktown, we spotted this incredibly odd tree growth; the tree is firmly rooted on both sides of the fence.  Apparently it was growing inside the fence but eventually managed to grow over and around it. We have never seen this before but thought it was worth sharing.

6 comments:

Mr. Paparazzo said...

I also have never seen like this. Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Jo said...

Hi Daryl and Ruth, that is an amazing phenomena.Well spotted and recorded. Thanks for sharing. I haven't commented a lot lately as we have huge electrical storms during which time I unplug my laptop.Hope you're both well and enjoying your summer. Blessings Jo

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What an amazing sight, just shows you how determined nature can be hey. Excellent find!

jabblog said...

It's as though the tree decided to sit on the wall:-)

Spiderdama said...

Very special tree! Have not seen anything like it before...
Great pictures. Happy week to you!:-)

Karine said...

That is fascinating indeed! I've never seen anything like that!

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