Brush Pile, As A Form Of Plant

Dead And Live
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Small twigs covered the top of a brush pile created from a large fallen tree limb (dead) and pruned bushes (still live and green). The fallen tree was placed there still covered in green leaves, all of which have dried to black.


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Dry Leaves
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The inner part of the brush pile was too packed with dead leaves to allow easy access for birds.


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Looser
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A looser packed part of the brush pile left enough gaps to allow easy access for small birds.


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Shoulder
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A rounded shoulder of tree limbs form the far right end of the brush pile.


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Hidden
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A few still green leaves hid inside among the twigs that formed the upper part of the brush pile.


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Wider View
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A wider view of the left end of the brush pile revealed a few gaps into which birds could fly. The few larger pieces of wood were from a broken and fallen tulip tree limb. Not the perfect brush pile, but the best we could make from a disaster.


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