The competition is on to find the best worn tree trunk in the world. At the Nature Nurture site in the Camphill Aberdeen estate, sits one of the best examples I have seen so far (as pictured above) and this is why…
In the photo above, you can see the side posting chute into the main trunk.
There are peekaboo holes on the other side of the trunk. One of them even looks like a smiley mouth on the outside.
The trunk is big enough to crawl through. You can even lie inside it and just be still, or explore what it feels like to be inside a tree.
It’s got lots of pretty patterns and marks all over it.
Lots of children can play on the trunk at the same time. It’s just the right size for clambering over, as well as through.
There were also other holey trunks lying around. These make perfect low-level viewing stations.
A natural lens for looking at the landscape.
So, the big question is… have you got any bigger and better examples?
Please let me know!