David Nurse's Trees Posts

Today I visited a local country park and came back with this shot. I take quite a few photographs of lone trees and this one intrigued me. It was obviously cut…

A tree that I managed to catch in full spring blossom. I pass this tree every single day at least once a day and quite often more than once a day. It does not…

You could be forgiven on first look that this tree is in the wrong orentaion, but it is not. The tree was growing horizontally out of a vertical limestone rock…

Although I have placed this image in my tree catogary, as you can see it is obviously not a tree. I was out for a walk in early January and the wind was cold…

A beautiful tree, but not a lone tree this time. In the wonderful gardens of a house, with a small lake, summer house and oriental bridge.

Just came across this tree on a walk. Not spectacular or extraordinary in any way but its organic curves was a refreshing contrast to the angular building and…

Another "Lone Tree". This one at first just looks like another tree, however, the trunk is hollow. The "original" tree must have died some time ago and the top…

A tree in Winter, February to be precise. It was a cold crisp day and all the colours in this part of the wood were subdued so I looked for some monochrome…

This tree was on a piece of wasteland. It had germinated on this rocky outcrop where there was water or a small stream nearby. It has been dry this May, in fact…
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