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Old 03-03-12   #171 (permalink)
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Re: the beauty of standing deadwood

stuff shall I come along! ha ha ha
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stuff shall I come along! ha ha ha
i can feel a road trip coming on here......

we don't go till august but maybe we should all go before hand.....
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One of my favourite Entish oaks, offering up its fruits..........



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Wonderful and Magical! it,s like one huge Stag head rising from the ground...
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A few from my local wood not all standing
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that's the one in elveden isn't it ?



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have been keeping an eye on this one for a few years
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This one belongs here too.

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