I love this dancing matriarch.
I found her in a city park in Allentown, limbs swaying in every direction to catch the sun. The younger ones had the occasional curve, but there wasn't a tree in the park that matched her grace.
And her portliness only served to accent the sway.
Parks are good tree watching places because they do provide open areas that often allow trees to spread their limbs.
When you step outside, you can find dancing trees every where.
See if you can find a few...
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