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Any idea what or who DOC is?

 

I like to think "Doc" was what the tree affectionately called the tree-surgeon who saved it's life in the 1040's. It was eternally grateful and spontaneously generated an arborglyph as it's way of saying thanks? :001_smile:

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I like to think "Doc" was what the tree affectionately called the tree-surgeon who saved it's life in the 1040's. It was eternally grateful and spontaneously generated an arborglyph as it's way of saying thanks? :001_smile:

 

When you say the 1040's are you on about when it was first pollarded :biggrin:

 

 

Have posted this elsewhere before, but should go in this thread really

 

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How considerate that someone would share that they have visited this copper beech since 2010

 

Must of been on holiday in 2014 9_9

 

hope they had a lovely time.

 

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