love the texture of the yew with the chain
Anyone would think we have a wedding coming up! :-)
how beautiful and so interesting too, I will look out for this plant.
Great photographs of the old Yew with the chain, wonderful colours in it. Our bluebells will soon be in flower in the garden but NT Winkworth Arboretum, Godalming, Surrey, is the best place to visit, the perfume from them is lovely.Jackie.
The colours and textures of the tree trunk and chain are superb and the little flowers are so pretty!
Such wonderful photos Julia. I would love to walk there! Thank you for visiting my bundle and me ;o) ... yes friend and I had a lovely time as always. They have had such luck with the weather. I expect we will hear all about it soon ;o) xx
Wondrousness old tree with many stories to be told....i love love blue/white bells Ju
Oh how I would love to hug a tree that old, how marvelous. xox Corrine
What a lovely tree trunk, all that texture.
What a lovely old tree, I love the colours in the bark.
Wow - that's a very interesting, and colourful, tree ! Great textures. And flower shots - esp. at this time of year - are always welcome !
Love the photos!Thank you so much for the hint on checking out Kim Klassen. I've signed up for one of her free PhotoShop e-courses!x Jasmine
Wonderful contrasting images Julie. The flowers look so delicate.
That tree trunk is amazing...think of how many seasons that tree has seen!
I love the picture of the chain around the yew trunk. I just found your blog, and was having fun trying to figure out from your writing if you are in Northumberland, England or in the U.S.'s Northumberland, Pennsylvania (I am in the U.S.) but then I saw your "Should I take an umbrella?" setting and that made it too easy!
The texture in the tree and chain ... so opposite from the gentle flowers.
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