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David Brockhurst

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A fine set of twisted branches that caught my eye one January afternoon - photo taken on path leading up to Brimham Rocks, Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

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Another fine set of twisted branches spotted one December afternoon - photo taken near Cold Kirby in the North Yorkshire Moors.

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A couple of tree silhouettes stand against a heavy sky one damp October afternoon - photo taken near the Druids Temple, Masham, North Yorkshire.

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One of those eye catching views that demonstrates that small can be beautiful - photo taken between Burley in Wharfdale and Otley Moor in West Yorkshire.

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Old mighty and still majesticly standing proud - photo taken near Blubberhouses Moor, Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

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Standing firm on a steep rocky slope on a fine June afternoon - photo taken at the top of Conistone cut in the Noth Yorkshire Dales.

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Where three trees merge as one and are full of leaf and colour - photo also taken at the top of Conistone Cut in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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A small group of twisted tree silhouettes filling in the gaps between the Limestone pavement - photo taken near Grassington in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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I spotted the small tree starting to grow in the middle of the Branches of an old Tree skeleton - photo taken near Glynneath in the Brecon Beacons, Wales.

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Two different species that have taken root in the fine Rock crevices and are doing rather well holding on - photo taken at Brimham Rocks, Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

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A single tree silhouette stands atop of a pleasant Heather and Fern moor - photo taken near Long Mynd, Shropshire.

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Another single tree standing proud on the edge of a Heather Moor - photo taken near the Stiperstones, Shropshire.

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This stand alone tree is on a wind swept hill and although not seen in the photo it is propped up on one side where the main trunk has bent - photo taken on Hebdan Moor, North Yorkshire Dales

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A single tree silhouette stands and enhances to scene on the edge of this moorland path - photo taken between Goredale Scar and Malham Tarn in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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The mighty may lose their heads however the mighty can still stand proud - photo taken near Askrigg in Swaledale, North Yorkshire.

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Another tree silhouette stands amongst Limestone boulders at the top of a steep slope - photo taken between Buckden and Yockenthwaite in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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A moody sky and a fine tree silhouette to brighten thre scene one July afternoon - photo taken between Goredale Scar and Malham Tarn in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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This photo was taken shortly after the previous one and after the skies opened with a downpour - photo taken between Goredale Scar and Malham Tarn in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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With roots that must run parallel to the hill top this tree grows both up and across at the same time - photo taken at Cod Beck, Osmotherly in the North Yorkshire Moors.

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A leaning silhouette lines a boggy section of pathway on a wet day in June - photo taken along the Hadrians wall Walk in Northumberland.

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A Tree amongst trees and one that happened to catch my eye - photo taken in woods near to the Harewood House estate, Leeds, West Yorkshire.

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A stand alone and not so far from my home tree that caught my eye one August afternoon - photo taken near Knaresborough, North Yorkshire.

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A view of an old apple Orchard from an old Trinitarian Friary - photo taken on Abbey Road, Knaresborough.

 

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Standing in the midst of a Moss covered rockery - photo taken in woods near Glasshouses, Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

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With the light fading this tree caught my eye - Photo taken near the Druids Temple, Masham, North Yorkshire.

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An old building has collected seeds in its crevices that have taken and grown - Photo taken in field next to Thruscross reservoir Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

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The same building and a different view - revisited on a chilly November afternoon.

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These trees have caught my eye on a few occasions as they appear to dance in the wind - Photo taken near Scar House reservoir in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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This tree has grown over and now sits comfortably on a large rock - photo taken on path between Deerstones and Beamsley in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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The tree at the foot of Roseberry Topping has always been one to catch my eye on each visit - photo taken on path from Great Ayton to Roseberry Topping in the North Yorkshire Moors.

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Looking back from half way up Beamsley Beacon the line of the wall and the sunlit tree stood out in the beautiful view - photo taken on path to Beamsly Beacon in the Yorkshire Dales.

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This tree although not yet in leaf was hollow up the middle but still growing strong - photo taken near Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales.

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The light was just right one chilly morning as this view came into view - photo taken on path between Lofthouse and Stean in the Yorkshire Dales.

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Another time when the light seemed just right (a similar view of these trees is on the Sculptures Horizons 1 page - photo taken near Leathley, North Yorkshire.

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This winter scene caught my eye whilst walking one January morning - photo taken near Ramsgill in the Yorkshire Dales.

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When a building is deserted nature shows that it will return when man has gone - photo taken near Langthwaite in the North Yorkshire Dales.

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