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Oaks of London: February in Richmond Park

An oak with raised arms

A welcoming sight when entering the Park

Note the jackdaws arriving on the top left

This oak deceives from one side… … 125 more words

Photography

The Grantham Oak

The Oak of Belton Lane – referred to in some places as the Grantham Oak – is perhaps the most surprising and impressive tree in town. 892 more words

Grantham

Oaks of London: Sketch for Hounslow oak

Tree: Old common boundary of Hounslow Heath, Hounslow, west London, November 2016
Species: English oak, Quercus robur
Age: Between 200-300 years?
Status: Under attack… 136 more words

London

Manual 365/273 Meet Frank...

What do you do when you need a pareidolia fix, you need to find a tree, the older and gnarlier the better so the (said to be) 1000-year-old… 106 more words

Manual 365

Photography: The New Forest, September 2016

This is part of my Woodlands project

View my full gallery of New Forest photos on Flickr

I hadn’t managed to visit the New Forest… 1,027 more words

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English Oak Wood Necklace

My sister snaffled the Jungle Berry Necklace – so I’ve made one inspired by the English Oak in sterling, mookaite and chalcopyrite – I didn’t intentionally go for the autumnal colours – but they’re all in there – which makes me feel a little sad… 78 more words

Handmade

Raphael Tuck & Sons

For those who recognise the company name #RaphaelTuck&Sons, one would expect this chapter to be about postcards. But it’s not. Surprise. Tuck & Sons was one of the most innovative companies of it’s era. 363 more words

Watercolour Paintings