May be the last remaining Oak from the Royal Forest,note the silhouette of Cobra man's face.

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Comments (3)

Rosalyn Hilborne on August 2, 2012

Well seen Bob! Like it.

Regards, Rosa.

Bobsky. on August 2, 2012

Hello Rosa Alway keep a look out for the hidden gem, like the Cobra man.Thanks for the vote. All the best. Bob

Bobsky. on August 29, 2012

My old grandad used to say that the English Oak spent 350 years growing the next 250 years the time stood still, then it took a further 250 years to die this ancient example is older for sure.

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  • Uploaded on August 1, 2012
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    by Bobsky.
    • Camera: SAMSUNG WB500, WB510 / VLUU WB500 / SAMSUNG HZ10W
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