Tuesday, August 11, 2009


Yesterday saw the death of a nice old tree in Dublin, it's not really too news worthy except that this was a famous aul tree and we'll miss it now it's knobbly wonky trunk is gone. The tree was at the entrance to Trinity on Nassau Street and stood there for 130 years before fungal diseases forced the chopper-men to chop it down. I spied on them with my camera.


1 comment:


    This is a tragedy of "Littlefoot's Mom Dying" magnitude.

    If you ask me, fungus is more trouble than it's worth.

    RIP my leafy friend. During your (relatively) short life you chloro-filled my life with so much joy and will live forever in my heart.