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Rita Eberle-Wessner on June 7, 2010

Thank you, Bruce!

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Slavko Polić on July 16, 2011

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Greetings from Serbia ☮

cbaisan on September 28, 2011

Beautiful shot of the mixed forest Rita. Is it ash with the beech?

boarischa krautmo on September 28, 2011

schön gemacht! Chris, I guess its oak.

cbaisan on September 28, 2011

The tree just left of center has finely textured bark - similar to ash in the US. Dark trunked tree to the right has the form of oak, but I am unfamiliar with this forest. The beauty of the image is unmistakable though :)

boarischa krautmo on September 28, 2011

Due to the bark it might be ash. But the European ash is either to be found on moist, eutrophic sites or on dry, warm calcite sites. The other vegetation isn't in accordance to both of these sites. But beech oak mixed forests are to be found often (even though this mix wouldn't appear by nature) Therefore I believe its oak.

Rita Eberle-Wessner on September 28, 2011

Yesn cbaisan, the tree with the textured bark is oak, "Eiche" and the big one right a beech (Buche). It is a mixed forest with very old oaks and beeches and at spring you can find a lot of lily of the valleys here.

Danke, boarischa krautmo!

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  • Uploaded on November 17, 2009
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    by Rita Eberle-Wessner
    • Camera: Canon EOS 450D
    • Taken on 2009/10/29 17:15:02
    • Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
    • Focal Length: 35.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash