Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist (I)


Friday 23 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is pretty self explanatory in terms of a bit of a twist 🙂

Hope you enjoy this entry.






37 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist (I)

  1. Just Be V says:

    Wow that is a great entry! Love it.


  2. vannillarock says:

    Oh my goodness, I have seen a lot of palms in my day but nothing like this- great post!

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  4. cynthiamc1 says:

    We’re surrounded by palm trees. I haven’t seen one like that. But I’ll be on the lookout 🙂


  5. Nancy says:

    Never have I seen …such a “twist!”


  6. suyashchopra says:

    OMG..How is that possible! This is incredible work of nature. Beautifully captured. How did you find it?
    Do visit my ‘Twist’ and let me know what thoughts come to your mind.


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  9. What a cool tree. It looks like it’s shaking with laughter! 🙂


  10. Sweet! Reminds me of my story The Wiggly Pine


  11. Wow! I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a twisty palm tree! (and I live in California!!)


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  14. Wow! With all my years of seeing palm trees, this one really takes the prize!


  15. This is for real?! How funny. And having it named the Kodak Tree says enough!


  16. Never seen anything like it!


  17. atureaud says:

    that’s a gorgeous tree!
    so glad you captured it, perfect for this
    week’s theme.


  18. Love that twisty Dr. Seuss tree. I saw some things like this in the park this morning, but not in tall trees of that sort.



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