Wow, that's probably the oldest holly tree I have ever seen. Like it!
While out walking the unexplored villages along their footpaths and bridleways you never know like life, what to expect around the next corner, even the pathway to Kirby Mallory village church consists of a fine avenue of large holly trees. Thanks for the Like.
Muy interesante el acebo.
It is interesting some type of natural Hybrid cross between Holly and Similar Tree.Thanks for the Like, its next to the one thats I have shown upside down.
Wonderful intersting 'tree' Bob.
I wonder how old this one is!
We seem to enjoy similar interests. I am always stopping to photograph trees & old buildings/churches. Best wishes Judith. With thanks for stopping by some of my photos.
I was stumped and surprised by this old Holly tree clump I can only estimate its age at 180 years plus.
I main interests with photography are Trees and Village churches. If you would consider joining one of my trees groups you would be most welcome.
Back to LIKE, this certainly is an amazing tree, thanks for your invite.
I was waylaid many of your photos, (vices bridge~ & some really interesting/amazing trees.
I like your humorous titles too.
Best wishes Judith
Some trees are always worth a second visit although 10 minutes would be better, if you need time to take a snap.
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Photo taken in Peckleton, Leicestershire, UK
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