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Keith Burton
Forest of Bere

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Sentinels of the Forest

Sentinels of the Forest
Taken during a visit to West Walk, in the Forest of Bere, Hampshire.

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16 comments - The latest ones
Gudrun club
Excellent, you have captured the mood of the forest! Dark and still with amazing detail the straight tree trunks look just a tiny bit threatening.
8 days ago.
homaris club
8 days ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
They are guarding it well and standing as straight as soldiers Keith. A lovely idea and title and the greenery in the background looks beautiful. A lovely light!
8 days ago.
 Jean-louis Thiaudiere
Jean-louis Thiaudier… club
Majestueux ces troncs bien droits!
8 days ago.
Annemarie club
Straight up!
wonderful keith

Happy new week, stay safe:)
8 days ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Fantastic, Keith ! This forest looks very inviting to take a walk there !
8 days ago.
Jean club
The green of the background trees and the bare forest floor really sets off these sentinals. Lovely detail in their bark
8 days ago.
 Ed Synchro
Ed Synchro club
Great composition Keith, the brown trunks are very effective against the green backdrop.
8 days ago.
 Colin Ashcroft
Colin Ashcroft club
No surprise I think this is wonderful.
8 days ago.
Ajophotog club
Sticks....I like ;)
8 days ago.
HappySnapper club
Excellent composition Keith, Occasionally I like to have a purge on trees.
8 days ago.
 Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland club
Fantastic shot.
7 days ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
What a impressive trees; well taken Keith.
7 days ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
Thanks very much folks...............I'm glad you like it. You're all very kind.
7 days ago.
trester88 club
Die Stämme der Nadelbäume sehen aus wie Säulen, die ein Dach tragen. Und gleichzeitig erkennt man die Auswirkungen der Monokultur. Am Boden gibt es kaum Lebensraum für andere Pflanzen. Wegen der Hitze und Trockenheit der letzten Jahre sind besonders Fichten gestresst und können sich nicht mehr gegen den Borkenkäfer wehren. Große Nadelwaldbestände, sogar ganze Wälder sind in Deutschland bereits abgestorben. Ursache ist der Klimawandel und die unökologische Anpflanzung dieser Wälder.
Trotz alledem eine beeindruckende Aufnahme, Keith!
7 days ago.
Keith Burton club has replied to trester88 club
Thank you Wilhelm. The Fores of Bere used to be uninterrupted forest but is now a mix of woodland, open space, ponds, streams, heathland and farmland. The coniferous trees are a very small part of it.
6 days ago.

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