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Beauty with shadows at the Bradgate Park
Shadows fall from the Old Oak.
December slow walk along the main pathway through Bradgate Park.
The long view of the Tudor manor house ruins at Bradgate Park.
Ancient Oak and picnic table set the Winters scene at Bradgate Park
The tangled Ancient hollow Oak at Bradgate Park.If you have one favorite tree join the"One Tree only to see" group
The Grand Union canal at Aylestone
Bright sunlight hits the two wizened at the bottom of the rise.
The Oaks roots are covered in green moss.
Blue sky, granite and the lonely Oak.
The Green moss gives colour to the gray tree bark.
The Ancient Oaks in the Shadows at Bradgate Park.
The Ancient lightning fire damaged Oak at Bradgate will live on for many more years.
St Michael & All Angels the village church at Thurmaston.
A canal side walkway to Leicester from Aylestone
Long view from the hill crest of the main pathway through the park at Bradgate.
The Dead Oak can still be visually pleasing to me and many others for years to come.
The Ancient major Oak known to the locals as the scary Oak.
The Oaks have lost most of their leaves and are ready for the Winters snowfall.
Shadowman looks at the Deadwood Oaks at Bradgate Park on a cold December day.
The Oaks and Deadwood at Bradgate park.
The full size Drummer boy stands at Thurmaston's village Doorstep Green.
The Red Lion at Barwell village.
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