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Cotehele Mother Orchard
England

A new apple orchard planted at Cotehele.

The statue is of a hand rising form the earth presenting an apple. In the summer and autumn, the apple is green, but in the depths of winter it's quite stark and surreal!

Copyright: Shaun plumb
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Uploaded: 29/01/2012
Updated: 21/05/2012
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Tags: cotehele; sculpture; statue; apple; orchard; mother; cornwall; nature
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