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November 2016 Challenge - Trees


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I'm glad that I am not running this challenge.  The images are fantastic.  How could you choose.

You're telling me! I almost wish I didn't win...

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Abington Park Northampton

 

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Terra Nostra National Park Furnas Azores -1

 

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Terra Nostra National Park Furnas Azores - 2

 

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Here are three pics from me:–

 

Hawthorn tree in autumn, wne the leaves had fallen but the berries remained.  Powys, Wales, UK

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Maple leaves in autumn

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English Elm in winter; Surrey, UK.  This pic was taken in 1977, whilst Dutch elm disease was killing mature English Elms in the UK,

but before this beautiful tree had been effected.  Unfortunately, it later was infected and had to cut down.

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Heres my three:

 

 

The Selous, Tanzania

 

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Kirtling village, Cambridgeshire

 

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Belvedere Pond, Lamoille County, Vermont USA

 

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Kumar

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pandanus-palm-on-beach-ella-bay-nationalPandanus screw palm, Etty Bay, north Queensland, Australia

 

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Epiphytic ferns growing on trunk of ancient Antarctic Beech tree, in Gondwana rainforest relict, northern NSW, Australia

 

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Trunk of eucalyptus tree resprouting after devastating bushfire (by a process called epicormic sprouting), Western Australia

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My 3.

 

an-autumnal-scene-at-knypersley-pool-greKnypersley Reservoir Stoke-on-Trent

 

 

 

 

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 Bluebells in Target Wood Stoke-on-Trent

 

 

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Frost covered trees Target Wood Stoke-on-Trent

 

Target wood is a five minute walk away where I take the dog for a walk everyday.

 

John.

Fabulous images!

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What is going on? Some images have disappeared including mine.

 

Allan

I can still see your photos Allan, on the first page.

:)

 

 

 

Thanks Tony. They have all magically reappeared. :)

 

Allan

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Come on guys, make my life even more difficult. Another 3 days left to enter the Tree challenge.

Keep them coming!

 

Gen

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Come on guys, make my life even more difficult. Another 3 days left to enter the Tree challenge.

Keep them coming!

 

Gen

 

 

I don't envy you!  Brilliant entries this month!

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Woodland on the banks of the River Nene, Peterborough, England
 

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Weeping willow in winter in Central Park, Peterborough, England
 
 
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Lone deformed hawthorn tree due to wild Atlantic winds in the Burren, Ireland
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Shade grown coffee with bananas and old growth forest trees.   This is true shade grown coffee -- not as productive as half clearing or fully clearing the land and planting coffee bushes, but a finca planting under old growth forests produces the most flavorful coffee.  

 

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Gosh Phil I did not know you owned your own beach and mountain on Tenerife. :)

 

Allan

 

He can have the beach but Teide - no way :)

 

 

They're all mine.... :P

 

But I share... ;)

 

Phil

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Gosh Phil I did not know you owned your own beach and mountain on Tenerife. :)

 

Allan

 

He can have the beach but Teide - no way :)

 

 

They're all mine.... :P

 

But I share... ;)

 

Phil

 

 

Oh it's yours then as long as you're happily taking the blame when it erupts B)

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