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Dead and Alive

It's amazing how much damage mature trees can survive:

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Re: Dead and Alive

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It's amazing how much damage mature trees can survive:

http://e-group.uk.net/forum/newreply...uote=1&p=63696

Aaargh! I don't understand it

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Aha. Now I do.
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Re: Dead and Alive

Ash trees are also very good at shedding their branches without much notice as they tend to crack all of a sudden! This is though taking it to an extreme.

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Re: Dead and Alive

Yep - copy & paste catastrophe. Thanks for posting the image.

Why is there no "Doh!" smilie? I shall edit the original now.
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