Praktyczny słownik religijny (polsko - angielski), autor: Krzysztof Czekierda. Wersja książkowa słownika dostępna u wydawcy.
shoot of a tree
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I started with a straight and not so wonderful shot of a tree (below).
The first was a shot of a tree with windblown branches.
The main body must be deep underground, and it sends those arms up to the surface to feed, like shoots of a tree.
She named him Hlumelo because it means "the shoot of a tree" in the Xhosa language.
I saw one shot of a tree and a man as tall and slender as this tree, with an extraordinary presence and quality.
One avid clicker is chuffed with his stunning shot of a tree trunk covered in fungi; another has been experimenting with longer exposures by using her tripod for the first time.
When the tiny green shoot of a tree or flower breaks the hard soil or forces its way through asphalt, you wonder how anything so soft has strength to force its way through.
The woman asks Frigg if all things have sworn not to hurt Baldr, to which Frigg notes one exception; "there grows a shoot of a tree to the west of Val-hall."
But these images, along with the shot of a tree against a blurred background of lesser vegetation, some portraits, and several studies of tools and a machine shop, serve only to show the photographer's true incentive.