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Tony Croft aka hamadryad

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  1. DSCF1106

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    well it does look like australe, but its coming up on the dysfunctional wood under the Helical/torsion crack, so I would say applanatum due to size, though australe can be up to about 18 inches across, the trees throwing down good anchoring new roots, over the old core. its probably not as bad as it looks, is it full crowned? dying back? big leaves? dark green?
  2. DSCF0842

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    This looks like an interesting tree, possibly a pollard. note the flat surface on the section, which may be a clean (soft rot break) but I think is more likley the old pollard cut. The fungus is uestulina/kretschmaria. Where is this park?
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    what a corking photo, would be perfect in so many articles/publications, its got it all, trees close to buildings supervisory health and saftey elements and the lighting is beautiful.

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