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Forest Of Dean Dead Wood Bois Mort
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Dead Wood - Bois Mort - Carole Drake 1995.

Places of burial and concealment are suggested by these five steel plates dug into the forest floor below a regiment of larches. Look closely - you can pick out the faint traces of memories of woodlands devastated by wars. A place to contemplate the carnage of war. ©FDST

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