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Betula utilis jacquemontii 'Snow Queen'


09.05.16 Freshly washed trunk of Betula Utilis Jacquemontii ‘Snow Queen’



31.03.16 Ribes and Forsythia

Snow Queen, what a beauty you are.
Of all the Silver Birches, you are the star.
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In a beautiful demonstration of succession, this is the same patch of woodland as the wild daffodil photos I took at the end of March. 86 more words


Four seasons in one day (almost)

Tuesday 26th April 2016

Since it’s a weekday and I’m therefore on morning walks, it was just Max and I who headed to Canford Heath this morning, while Jez snoozed on at home. 187 more words



She said she usually cried at least once each day,

not because she was sad,

but because the world was so beautiful

And life was so short.

-Brian Andreas


Tree Felling

I love trees. To walk through woodland gives an instant feeling of calm and well-being. Oak trees especially seem to exude power and understanding, they seem so wise and comforting.  694 more words


Out and about

A warning: I haven’t felt the urge to photograph the same thing over and over again since I had a photo-frenzy at Lake Bled. So if you’re sick of spring tree posts, bypass this one! 337 more words