First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
This is not any type of Oak that I have ever seen. Love the composition of limbs meeting the ground.Lucy, thanks for stopping by my photo blog. Even better than the white blossoms being at eye level is the smell. Bradford Pear trees have a wonderful fragrance.
Hi Lucy this is a great composition. Love the image. Very dramatic in a way.
Hello Rita. I didn't know about this kind of oak until I lived here. It's an evergreen - and although it has acorns, the leaves don't look oakish at all.Hi Luis. I find this tree impressive. The sea beyond it gives it a wonderful atmosphere - almost as if it is in Greece or Cyprus. (Not that I've ever been to either to know what they are really like!) Trouble is, I've never managed to find a way of tree and sea together.
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