Six Months In The Life Of My Favourite Local Oak Tree - Tom Cox

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Six Months In The Life Of My Favourite Local Oak Tree

17th December: Birds And Mist

28th December: Footsteps in the frost.

4th February: Burst of light at the end of a stark day.

25th Feb: Storm Doris.

26th Feb: Morning after Storm Doris.

21st March: Reluctant selfie.

19th April: Explosion.

1st May: Dandelions.

10th May: Everything is okay.

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Six Months In The Life Of My Favourite Local Oak Tree Reviewed by Tom Cox on 22:58:00 Rating: 5 17th December: Birds And Mist 28th December: Footsteps in the frost. 4th February: Burst of light at the end of a stark day. ...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just finished reading Richard Mabey's 'Beechcombings' which taught me a lot about beech trees and their history. In the book it said that trees on their own like your oak are called standards. It is a good name when you think about their impact on the landscape around.

Squirl said...

I love your pictorial documentation of that gorgeous tree!