that's beautiful h - so tall and straight - not like the limes I used to know growing up in the Kent countryside - same fresh green but much sturdier and branching lower - thanks for showing me. Graham
I think these might have been lopped when they were younger as it was part of a country estate. This type of shot never fails to lift the heart. It just means summer! to see these trees change throughout the year a joy and a privilege.
OH! Wow! Such a beautiful photo! Really pretty!
Hi from USA,
Hi Jean, Alas, memories of summer past! These great old lime trees form a beautiful lush canopy over this great old planted avenue.
Here's a view in Autumn,
Ahoy hoy h, hope you are well. lovely color here, makes me want the summer back. we are bracing for yet another snow storm here, might be a good one as well. if I could I would gladly trade weather with you there, sort of had enough cloud and snow.
Hi Don, Hope your very well! ah summers past, i was down this way recently, the avenue very bare in winter, will post some soon!. The weathers ok here, but am still jealous of your snow, am off to London tomorrow so i'll be away for a few days! hopefully get a little time for some city shots!
Keep well & have a great weekend!
Splendid! Can't resist to give this photo Golden ☆ + Best Of
h, great work!
阿鵬 (w☺rap☺ng), Thailand
Hi w☺rap☺ng & Peter, Hope your very well!
Thanks for the YS & best of...., w☺rap☺ng. really appreciate it! These towering summer limes are now bare as winter's here & the leaves have all fallen!
delighted you like this!
Warmest regards from Dublin
Beautiful colors, beautiful tree ...
Thanks Gucio_55! It's always a great summery view
The Irish Government is moving closer to a huge sell-off of the public forests, currently managed by Coillte (The Irish Forestry Board), to private investors to pay for the actions of wreckless bankers and developers. An area greater than 1 million acres, will be lost forever. This will include some of our most valuable native woodlands, wild places and some of the last refuges of our native flora and fauna
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