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Tree Dressing

Seen in Gheluvelt park in Worcester on Thursday 

Tree Dressing

Seen in Gheluvelt park in Worcester on Thursday 

comments (14)

Hooray for tree lovers!
Bill Phillips: We all like trees I think E
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 14 Dec 2014, 07:06
Oh, I see Joseph loves the trees, too- yes, it is a pity that because of the ship building GB is "one of the least wooded countries", indeed. In our country there are still a lot of forests - and the historian Christopher Clark ironises a bit the German romantic schwarmerei for the woods on the tv.
Bill Phillips: He does like looking at the trees. Henry VIII increased the size of the navy to about 50 ships from 6 which took a lot of timber and I think it contused to grow
  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Dec 2014, 07:17
This is extremely nice, a good old fashioned cheery picture. I am going to start a campaign against trees wearing no clothes..
Bill Phillips: It did look quite jolly
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 14 Dec 2014, 07:34
How lovely and pleased to see these these pretty decoration on the banners. I didn't realise that Britain as one of the least-wooded countries in Europe. I know a lot of timber from Hampshire went into our wooden warships and even Winchester Cathedral took a heck pf a lot of wood.
Bill Phillips: I think Henry VIII did for a lot of the oak trees
I wanted to ask someone what tree dressing was but did not want to appear ignorant. Now you know that and I know the answer. I put a huge, red bow atop a blue spruce the other day. She is dressed in her Christmas best.
Bill Phillips: I confess it is new to me! I know about well dressing here but tree dressing had passed me by! It is a rather nice idea
What a great idea! I love it Bill...
Bill Phillips: I thought so too Richard
A lovely idea to dress the trees up Bill
Bill Phillips: I thought so too Janet
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Dec 2014, 16:20
What a great way to celebrate trees
Bill Phillips: I rather like it Anne
What a lovely idea, presumably these were all done by the general public?
Bill Phillips: Various groups I think Brian
Save a tree week?
Bill Phillips: Makes a change from hugging them
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 14 Dec 2014, 19:00
I am going to start a campaign to keep trees nude - less of this prudish dressing up ;o)
Bill Phillips: I think your bark is worse than your bite
You said you weren't going to do weekend postings until after Christmas ... Make your bloody mind up Billiam and stop messing us about ... ha ha
Bill Phillips: I like to keep you on your toes comrade
a nice collection of messages. well. at least the awareness is there, which cannot be said for a lot of other places.
Bill Phillips: Very true Ayush. Trees are the lungs of the world
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 14 Dec 2014, 23:50
I am presuming the Bush Tifflets are hiding behind these trees, Bill...is this correct?
Bill Phillips: Possibly but I didn't spot any Ray

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