A Puzzling View #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

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Photo of a Monkey Puzzle Tree in a field with a small bench by it
Can you solve the puzzle?

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28 thoughts on “A Puzzling View #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Since I dislike puzzles, I couldn’t figure it out, so I read the comments, and viola! It’s a Monkey Puzzle tree, Hugh! I learn something new every day. I actually like this tree, I’m guessing a conifer with needles?

    1. Yes, it’s a very prickly tree, Terri. No wonder animals or birds don’t try eating it. I’ve seen a few in Swansea, all very big. They grow slowly, so they must be many years old.

        1. And I found this out about the name –

          ‘The common name of ‘monkey puzzle’ was coined during the mid-1800s when Charles Austin, a noted barrister, on seeing the tree for the first time, commented that climbing the spiny, spiralling branches would be a puzzle even for a monkey.’

          So now we know.

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