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in the in between times when day fades into night or spring melts into summer and at the in between places where paths converge a veil is parted between the worlds....one may enter the "other world," the "world of Faery" but, use much caution dear one! for you have entered "The Faery Crossing" and none return unchanged....
The Wry Forest in Nowe Czarnowo near Gryfino, Poland, has 400 pines that have grown crooked. Believed to be 75-80 years old, there is no known explanation or logical reason why these trees have grown this way. Some believe that furniture builders may have caused the trees to bend so they could harvest the bent wood for their furniture, but that is only speculation
The Crooked House. Sopot, Poland. The facade has a vaguely human face to it and evokes the imagery of Munch's painting "The Scream". The building looks like it is melting in the midday sun and is one of the most photographed buildings in Poland. Inside the building are a variety of bars and restaurants which disappointingly don't heavily reflect the style that the exterior boldly promises.
"After all what is every man but a horde of ghosts oaks that we acorns that were oaks"Walter De La Mare.Criminal Minds quote from"In the Blood 10/30/13 -Frequently we envision forests as being safe, magical places... until the cover of darkness. And it is then we remember that sometimes, the forest is scary.
Huangshan pines on Mt. Huangshan, Anhui, China. Their seeds fall into rock crevices where they take root. The pines grow very slowly due to the poor soil and climatic conditions. A tree less than 3m (9.84ft) high may have grown for over one hundred years or even several hundred years.