Seen at the Festival of the Tree

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Friday, 7 May 2010

Spot the Difference

My allotment - end of April 2010


My allotment - End April 2008

I had a bit of a surprise last week - can you spot what's missing?

14 comments:

  1. Miss, Miss, I think I know Miss. There's 2 big trees missing Miss. Am I right huh? Am I?

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  2. next doors trees have gone and you have straightened your water but up too!

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  4. what an interesting item to remove! what happened?

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  5. There seems to be a different arrangement of sheds, as well.

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  6. Washing up bowl is gone. :p

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  7. At first my pick was that water bottles had been replaced by tires. Now I'm going with the two big trees in the background being gone.

    Christine in Alaska

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  8. Geez, I really need to start getting more sleep. I didn't notice the missing trees until I cheated and looked at the comments.
    (Word verification: bakeme)

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  9. Can't believe I missed the trees too!

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  10. Trees! - I hope that will give you a little more sunlight. (VP sorry but I wasn't able to participate in your RHS biodiversity competition piece - I think the date for entries must have closed ages ago)

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  11. The big evergreen is gone. While I like trees, more sun is always good for an allotment!

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  12. Do you know why they cut the two trees down? Fun post!

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  13. What is that saying - can't see wood for trees! The trees the trees - on subject of which I went to Westonbirt this week for the first time in years. Very good.

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  14. Yes it's the removal of the trees which took me by surprise, though all the other differences you spotted count, especially the removal of next door plot's shed.

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