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A like for this very interesting tree.
When the wind blows from the North the tree will make a strange howl like noise. Thanks for the Like.
amazing how strong nature is, even though full of wholes there are still some leaves on it - great spotted and I love your title!
BW Ricky Lu
Glad that you can appreciate my words and the strength of the Oaks battle against nature.
Hi Bob, I wonder how old it is! They are like real old characters! Like.
The age of the Major Bradgate Parks Oaks may be difficult to determine, their growth rate seems to be a lot slower than many of the other great English Oaks, maybe because they grow in such harsh conditions 95% rock, lack of soil and the high winds and their very exposed conditions. Most of the remaining large Oaks range from 450 to 680 years old. many of the tree stumps could be up to 750 years old.This one is between 430/520 years old.You must pay a visit to Bradgate park to see the many Oaks and the great Sweet Chestnut.
Thanks for the information Bob. I would love to visit...it will have to go on my list.
Hello Bob...This picture is really impressive!!!LIKE!!!L-3 Thank you Bob for your visit and kind words...yes I like to travel and take pictures...:)Warm regards,Yanat
Parece el altar, la silla, de un rey. Saludos y me gusta Bob.
Thanks for your kind words for my misty image of a interesting old Oak that I have known for many years, Long before I had the use of a good camera. Thanks for L-3.
Many Kings and Queens have walked among the fine old Oaks at Bradgate Park if only this old Oak could tell its secrets. Thanks for your most welcome visit and Like.
Hi Bob! A picture that starts your imagination working...Like! Greetings, Göran
It takes very little to start my imagination pumping, others say that I live in a dream world.
Thanks for the welcome Like.
Regards from Bobs world.
Like for the title & wonderful photo. I wonder what you'd make of some of our local trees,
You were with me today (well my thoughts~at some trees)!
Best wishes Judith.
Thanks for that, most areas have one or two good trees and a village church , looking through the group album always gives me motivation to try other parts of the U.K. Its good that I do enjoy walking,I so greatful for the digital camera and don't have to pay for film.
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