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Trees 2

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As we walk through the trees from Pulen's Lane and enter the Heath we find a row of trees along the east edge of the Heath, by the road.
These trees have proved to be very photogenic, with differing skies behind them. The photographs are displayed in chronological order and it is interesting to watch as the sun gradually rise further up, then beyond the trees, as the year progresses. We hope that you enjoy them!

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