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Call for Submissions: Festival 54, arboreal mysteries

Host: Windywillow
Deadline: November 27
Email to: silviasalix [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk – or use the contact form
Themes: Magic & Mystery, all submissions welcome
Important! Put “Festival of the Trees” in the subject line of your email

American beech by Dave BontaBe you botanist or bicyclist, lepidopterist or leafy dreamer, dendrochronologist or dog-walker, all may seek mystery among the trees.

Festival of the Trees issue 54 shall wend its way to Windywillow where host Salix will once again invite us to seek the hidden in the forest. We last visited Windywillow for issue 17 in October 2007 with The Trees of Halloween and The Trees and Fruits of Autumn. This season she muses:

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– The Magic of Faerie Trees –

Do you know of any tree that has a faerie residing in it?

Have you ever seen a tree or forest that is so beautiful, it almost seems unreal?

Are there trees you know of that are shrouded in mystery?

Send in your photos, artwork, songs or stories about magical, whimsical, or mysterious trees or forests.

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Submit your blog posts, podcasts, vlogs, etc. by November 27th and share a few unsolved tree mysteries.

This month’s theme is optional — if you create (or discover) some other tree-related treasures, please share the wealth and send us the link!

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