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Bear in the Woods
England

The Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum covers a large area compromising of a 67 acre arboretum containing over 1,200 rare and exotic trees from all over the world and a 103 acre area of semi-natural ancient woodland. The planting of the trees started in 1953 to mark the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Now there is a collection of Californian Redwood trees that can grow to over 100 meters tall and a collection of Japanese Maples that present a fantastic show of colour through the autumn.

The park has recently had installed a sculpture trail depicting animals you might find in each sort of woodland. Each piece was carved by a local sculpture from a variety of locally sourced wood. Here you can see a Black Bear looking through the trees (but can you find it's cub), created created by Harry Thomas. A wonderful piece of art to find just sitting in between the trees.

P.S. If you can't find the cub try looking up the tree behind the bear.

Copyright: Robert Bilsland
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Taken: 20/11/2011
Uploaded: 20/11/2011
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: queenswood; country park; arboretum; forest; black bear; bear cub; redwood; trunks; brown; green; wooden; carving; chainsaw
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