Not only have these two tree trunks grown closely together, side-by-side, but they have mimicked the curves and bends of each other. It almost looks like they are doing some kind of arboreal dance! This photo was taken along the Delaware & Raritan Canal in New Jersey. See other photo interpretations of the “Close” theme at: Weekly Photo Challenge.
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