Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Huntley Bank Leviathon

Deep in Huntly bank, almost invisible amongst the other mature Oaks and Beech, shielded too by the younger and smaller trees and shrubs is another woodland leviathan. As with the Flat Oak, this beauty is 6m or so in circumference and must have stood at least since the time of Good Queen Bess. It's a privilege to be in the presence of such a tree.

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