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Great jean113 2021-05-01 8:52

Hello Beverley, two good shots from your walk in the woods.
The bluebells provide a lovely focal point as we look past the textured trunk of the tree.
I will have to imagine the bird song, although I can hear a blackbird as I sit here.
Semi-natural woodland? I wonder how much of that there is in England now?
Still feeling cold; we have had a heavy hail shower today!
Kind regards, Jean.

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Thanks, Jean.
The weather here is much colder but it has been dry!
I have been raising some wild flowers in the greenhouse, which are becoming leggy and I am so eager to put them outside! There will be bedding flowers in the pots and wild flowers in the garden ... I hope!

The semi-natural ancient wood, which you queried, means that there has been a woodland on this site since before 1600. Most woodlands from this period do not exist any more since they were cleared for farming. This example is one of the very best and is a Biological Heritage Site.

Have a good w/e,
Bev :-)
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