Friday, 15 June 2012

Oak over

The results of climate change continue to be felt throughout the forest. From the banks of Highland water another Oak has succumbed to the natures forces out of time and toppled; too dry for too long, the subsequent deluge, too wet too quick, roots lose purchase and over it goes. Highland water is being reshaped by the surging waters, the dry banks easily eroded, carried and redeposited; a constantly changing, truly fluid, natural phenomenon is the forest stream.

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