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Steve Bullman

Meetings with remarkable trees, the Arbtalk version

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Found these in the lakes while on holiday the fir being the tallest tree in the lakes.

58.7m in 2011

It's quite a tree along with a whole load more huge trees!



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Wowsers. That Birch is mega. I hope no one ever takes a saw to it.



I certainly wouldn't.

It would be a tension/compression nightmare!

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Some amazing lime pollards I saw whilst quoting recently. Never seen any like this before. And a chestnut with some interesting branching, not sure what has caused this, photo is not great though



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