Trees are making themselves known. Scientists have discovered that trees communicate with each other over large distances. My experience is that this is a global network. Trees are also communicating with people who make a heart connection with them. Hold your cursor over the image to hear their story.
Some people are prepared to go to great lengths to prevent the destruction of ancient woodland. They know that the removal of just one ancient tree cannot be replaced by planting hundreds of young trees. Trees communicate, interact and support each other. They create a home for thousands of animal, plant and insect species. Nothing can replace this. Is it about the train or the gravy train? See the article by Ecohustler. Follow the link below.
Another attempt at tree recognition in the Pleasaunce. Perhaps a birch?
It looks like a willow tree from its shape and drooping branches. There is no water around. Willows are usually found near water. If it is a weeping willow, it may have been planted because beneath are the bones of 30,000 sailors who fought in the British Navy and died in the Old Royal Naval College.
Sitting looking at the trees in Sayes Court Park. Began to see the differences in shape and colour and texture of the bark. An aid to identifying leafless trees in winter