The Bleeding Trees

August 16, 2011
By Paradise_Lost BRONZE, Mountville, Pennsylvania
Paradise_Lost BRONZE, Mountville, Pennsylvania
2 articles 6 photos 47 comments

Favorite Quote:
But paradise is locked and bolted; we must make a journey around the world to see if the back door has, perhaps, been left open.

Swearing is the last refuge of the imaginitively bankrupt.


I took this picture at Middle Creek, Pennsylvania. While following the trails around the place I found these trees with a slash of red paint across their trunks. When I asked the commissions office later, they said the trees had a disease and needed to be cut down. The red reminded me of a bleeding wound that will eventually kill the trees, hence the name "The Bleeding Trees".


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SamAmI BRONZE said...
on Dec. 2 2011 at 7:37 pm
SamAmI BRONZE, The Woddlands, Texas
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I think it was retorical, saying that marking on the trees hurts them and its ironic that its red spray paint 

on Nov. 26 2011 at 9:57 pm
RaveFire PLATINUM, Vancouver, Washington
32 articles 1 photo 218 comments

Favorite Quote:
"Sometimes You Have To Give Up Your Life To Save It." ~some book that i don't remember the name of

"Live Life Like There's No Yesterday" ~ random billboard

"If No One Can Hurt You, Then Nobody Loves You" ` ~ Kerli?

wow thats sad...ive never heard of trees having diseases


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