Nothing but trees – (Trees part 2)

Lomond isle.
Lomond isle.

Another batch of my tree pictures. Living in the National Forest and having a father who used to be a timber merchant predisposes me towards trees I suppose. All these have little or no sky in the picture.

Walking in the woods.
Walking in the woods.
Roots of an oak tree in Swithland woods, part of the old Charnwood Forest.
Roots of an oak tree in Swithland woods, part of the old Charnwood Forest.
Nature reclaims a dead tree stump.
Nature reclaims a dead tree stump.
A colourful maple in autumn.
A colourful maple in autumn.
Park drive
Park drive
Two Trees
Two Trees
Trees lining the drive up to Calke Abbey
Trees lining the drive up to Calke Abbey
Roots
Roots
Maple
Maple
Beech tree trunks
Beech tree trunks
Trees in mist - Derbyshire peak district
Trees in mist – Derbyshire peak district
Winter Reflections
Winter Reflections

 

 

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14 thoughts on “Nothing but trees – (Trees part 2)”

  1. LOVE every one of them, Bill! I like trees a lot so these photos really grab me. I can see a house decorated with your photos… it would be almost like living in the National Forest…

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  2. Beautiful varied collection of tree images again Bill. The age of the trees lining the drive up to Calke Abbey and the Beech tree trunks on top of the stone wall speaks to me of England and the history of another time. So ancient what stories they could tell.

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