What a fabulous sight from above.
It’s astonishing, isn’t it? And although not in our garden half of the canopy is, AND half the beechnuts, AND half the leaves!!
Just like me!💪
Merry Christmas Cathy.
I daren’t openly giggle at your comment, Brian, because that would seem rude to imply that you weren’t anything other than beach body ready – but I did have a private giggle…sorry!! 😁
Fun post title!
Thanks Heather – sometimes the post titles come in a flash of insiration!!
Impressive tree! It’s so wonderful to get multiple perspectives and views of forests and trees.
This is from the third in a series of aerial views of the garden carried out for us by a local photographer with a drone. The other two are already on the blog under The Garden tab and it is fascinating to see the changes over the seasons. I was still astonished to see the extent of the structure of this tree without its leaves
What a fantastic aerial view! I have magnificent beech trees all around where I live. In fact, I live just off a road called Old Beech Road. Some are so old and gnarly that I just know there’s got to be elves living in them 😉
Yes, the name of the road is a bit of a giveaway! This one will have some age to it too – much of our house was built before 1800 although this tree is just on the other side of the hedge, and the hedge is going to be at least as old as the house
Beeches are fabulous winter trees.
This one is certainly better for our garden in the winter! I was amazed at the structure once I saw the aerial photograph it was from, although I suppose I was equally amazed when I saw the extent of the canopy on the earlier ones. Do you have beech in your garden or on the boundary?
Santa’s view! Far nicer than most I’ve seen on the beach too.
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