Today’s #Pictures: 2 Nov 20

Deciduous firs.
Part of the multicoloured autumn carpet.

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6 thoughts on “Today’s #Pictures: 2 Nov 20

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    1. I think they’re likely to be European Larches, Lynette, as they’re a tree commonly planted by the Forestry Commission here. There’s also a possibility they’re Hybrid Larches, a mixture of the European and Japanese, which is grown commercially for its timber. Not easy to tell one from the other!

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        1. Divided by a common language, eh, Lynette? I’d never heard of ‘tamarak’, but I now have a new word for a tree, which might one day be of use in a poem, who knows?

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