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With John Perriment in mind.

Anne and I were in the countryside yet again yesterday taking pictures of hay bales etc. In one particular field we both spotted a scene similar to those we have seen taken by JP at least we hope so. In fact I hope others too might share the scene below.


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Re: With John Perriment in mind.

Un arbre mort.....

Driving to London from South Wales along the m4 there many such Abre Mort....Not sure what is going on....
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Re: With John Perriment in mind.

You know me well, Barrie, that's just the sort of tree I love to discover and photograph and you've done an excellent job!

Here's one of my favourites from Hatfield Forrest:-

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Then surely you know the 'Mundon Oaks' near(ish) you, John?

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=mu...w=1366&bih=617

Apart from the oaks, it's a lovely tranquil spot and the nearby St Mary's church is interesting and picturesque.

Although it quite a trek for us, we've been a couple of times (and probably go again), just to see the oaks.

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Then surely you know the 'Mundon Oaks' near(ish) you, John?

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=mu...w=1366&bih=617

Apart from the oaks, it's a lovely tranquil spot and the nearby St Mary's church is interesting and picturesque.

Although it quite a trek for us, we've been a couple of times (and probably go again), just to see the oaks.

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Oh yes, I know of the oaks but must confess I have never visited them.
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