So bright, so brief #nature

 

 

Trees, Field Maple, November 2016

 

Happy birthday, Tom. (more…)

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‘Cruel autumn wind whistled round … #trees #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, November 2016

 

‘And knocked the acorn to the ground.’ (more…)

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Oak #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, October 2016

 

Quercus robur. (more…)

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Oak #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, May 2016

 

Quercus robur in leaf. (more…)

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‘By whose immovable stem I stand and seem … #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, April 2016

 

‘Almost annihilated …’ From A Forest Hymn by William Cullen Bryant. (more…)

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The giant in the corner #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, March 2016

 

Our biggest tree, marking the meeting of the southern and eastern boundaries, an Oak, Quercus robur. (more…)

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The pattern of trees (1) #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, February 2016

 

Oak, Quercus robur. (more…)

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A mighty Oak #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, January 2016

 

Probably the largest Quercus robur in the wood, on the corner of the south east boundary. (more…)

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Oak #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, November 2015

 

Quercus robur. (more…)

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Oak #trees

 

 

Trees, Oak, October 2015

 

Quercus robur. (more…)

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‘I saw the brown leaves dropping from their tree’ #trees

 

 

Trees, Oak, October 2015

 

From The Falling Leaves by Margaret Postgate Cole (more…)

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‘Acorns were good until bread was found’ #plants

 

 

Trees, Oak, September 2015

 

Quercus robur and a quote attributed to Sir Francis Bacon. (more…)

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