The Honey Tree

Well, det er jo egentlig ikke et ‘honning tre’ da! Heller ikke en sopp! Men siden mange av oss synes å trampe gjennom verden uten å få med seg detaljene, så tenkte jeg at et bilde av innsiden av en krokus kunne mane til litt ettertanke? Og ser man dette helt separat – ja, så er det jo ikke helt ulikt et lite tre? For små insekter vil det i alle fall kunne se slik ut!?
Well, actually this, of course, isn’t really a tree,  nor is it a mushrom! But since many of us seem to be trampling through the world without taking in the smaller details, I thought perhaps the inside of a crocus could possibly open to some reflections . . .?
And if you look at this object separately from the rest, it might very well look something like a tree? At least it might look that way to small insects flying by!?

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8 Responses to The Honey Tree

  1. Isn’t nature just wonderful in every detail…. 😀

  2. -Eugenia says:

    You nailed it by naming it The Honey Tree! Amazing photo and the colors are stunning!

  3. So beautiful, amazing colours! 🙂

  4. Seenorway says:

    He he, Several associations then, I understand.
    But I just thought the details in this beautiful flower should not pass unnoticed !

  5. puzzleblume says:

    Beautiful photo!

    Although your honey-tree reminds me on the special way to serve the swiss cheese Tête de Moine cut in ruffles 🙂

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