Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Tree of Life

This is the TREE OF LIFE at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando, FL.

Click on the picture and see if you can "find" some of the animals carved into the tree.

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6 Mel's World Friends Comments:

Monkey Giggles 2:07 PM  

very cool. Is it a real tree? Hey have you tried twitter. It is very out.

Just Mom 3:23 PM  


justabeachkat 3:35 PM  

When I first clicked on it, I had trouble making them out, but quickly I could see them. Very cool!


Mari 4:14 PM  

That is so cool - someday I'll see it for real!

Daily Dose of Motherhood 4:50 PM  

Great photo! I can't wait for my kids to be old enough for disney world. Happy WW!

Muthering Heights 8:44 PM  

Wow, it looks really cool! I'm sure it's even more amazing looking in person!

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