Do trees fall asleep? Well at least they droop and do relax their branches at night which might be a sign of snoozing between dusk and dawn.


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22 thoughts on “FADING LIGHT”

  1. I would believe they do fall asleep, just that their sleep is hundred times lighter than ours. I’m reading a book called the ‘Hidden Life of Trees’, that deals with trees as social beings – quite interesting.
    That picture is so gorgeous.

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  2. Good question! Mimosas fold up their leaves at night. I like to believe some trees sleep in the cold winter months. If I have to prune them, that’s when I do it, before they start to bud again.

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