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I thought I would post something a little different concerning trees ;)

This shot was taken looking over Fairhaven lake in Lytham (aimed right at the sun).

From the net.

'Lytham is first thought to have been settled by the Anglo Saxons c.600AD. Then, c.900AD, the Fylde, was subject to a huge wave of immigration by Vikings.
These were Irish-Norse Vikings and had been expelled from Dublin.
They crossed the Irish Sea forming new fishing, farming and trading communities in Lancashire and Cumbria.
The Vikings became Overlords of the Lytham area and local place names such as Kilgrimol (near Lytham) and Kellermergh (by the Birley Arms, Warton), date from this period'.

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