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I hate to say it but judging from the image of the inside of that tree this was the right thing to do
You can see the core of the trunk has rotted out.. probably a good idea to take it down.. as much as that sucks. It would have sucked if it fell on one of yous.
Good-by Bendy tree. You ail be missed.Hopefully you are now at peace, and are soon to return from whence you came.Next item: Long horizontal tree branch behind the benches, West side of the circle: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-8uIOvV0-m-U/VBSWF6FwXTI/AAAAAAACM30/gn_VXubKi9c/s1600/unnamed-13.jpg
That rotted core is normal. The life is not in the core of the tree. I sure hope someone took some cuttings off old Bendy.
There's an apple tree where I camp that's completely hollow. You can stand inside it. Been that way for years, and yet it seems vital to me, and produces fruit every year.
All trees or living things are dying from the monet of their inception. Tree is still alive, not dead. This is a metaphor for hyper gentrification, esp. of the mom and pop businesses, that were and are being pushed-out or 'killed'. Instead of of letting it die naturally, it's death had been sped-up enable the wants and needs of those who wants the city sanitized and cleaned to be replaced by another inauthentic artificial "so New York" thing. Won't somebody please think of the children.
8:15, did you skip a dose?"Monet of their inception" sounds like a good band name though.
Blame iPhone 7s for auto-correcting a typo of 'moent' into Monet. But you, 10:24 p.m., is obviously and absolutely perfect and divine that could do no mistake and would rather comment on that, instead of the post, or the comment itself. You're the one who skipped a dose of reality. Enjoy your sanitized TSP and EV. Peace. Am off to join the WOOOO the bros of Saturday night.
knew a girl permanently maimed when she was sitting on a park bench and a big chunk of a tree came crashing down on her. almost killed her. No tree is worth risking that. plant a new one. sorry but - human life > *plants
Hollow trees that stand straight and aren't compromised by a hole in their side can probably last longer than one growing at a 35-degree angle (more horizontal than vertical), putting undue strain on the hollowed-out area.
So how do we get a new tree in its place?
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