Beauties once soaring to great heights

Tree felling time at Park Wood, St Albans, November 2020

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 21 November 2020

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

50 thoughts on “Beauties once soaring to great heights

    1. It certainly was. This is part of my local walk and I was on diversion for a while. I somehow missed the actual felling and just found the piles of logs. Now they have all been gathered and put into their nest piles. I’m just hoping the bluebells havent been too damaged by the upheaval

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        1. Yes, I’m not sure how often. The woods have only been reopened to walkers in the last 12-18 months (a long legal battle to regain the paths) so I only saw them from the road before. I remember seeing piles of logs 3-4 years ago though. So probably that sort of frequency.

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