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Dead Tree - Coombe Park
England

Dead tree in the wildflower meadow at Coombe Country Park. This field, which forms part of this 500 acre country park, is given over to wildflowers during the summer months, encouraging a huge variety of insects.

Copyright: Ralph Ames
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Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 02/06/2009
Загружена: 05/06/2009
Обновлено: 26/09/2014
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Tags: tree; decay; old; bark; wildflowers; park; coombe abbey; country; field; buttercups
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