'Wise Old Oak' by Joyce Gibson
Look at this 'old man'! As you know oak tree can be very, very old.
North of Copenhagen lives such 'an old oak' called Kongeegen (the King Oak).
It grows in Jægerspris Nordskov (Jægerspris North Forest) near Jægerspris.
It has an estimated age of 1500–2000 years, and may well be the oldest
living organism in northern Europe. It probably originally grew in an open meadow
to account for its short trunk and low branching, with other taller forest trees
growing up around it subsequently.
Some trees provides us (me!) with SMALL acorns...
and some with HUGE ones! I feel so lucky...this is really
a good example of 'finding happiness in the smallest things' :OD