Here we are again with the monthly shout-out to all tree followers. If you are new to tree following, read all about it here.
The September tree-following link box is now closed, but at the bottom of this post you will find links to all the wonderful contributions we received this month…
In my neck of the woods September tends to be a something and nothing month for trees, most of which seem to be looking tired but without any autumn colour yet. I will be interested to see how yours are getting on.
I will be visiting “my” oak tree later in the week but for now I thought I would divert you with pictures of a beech tree that caught my attention on a recent visit to Minterne Gardens in Dorset, brilliant Himalayan gardens I hope to blog about in more detail soon.
It was early morning when we visited and the low sun led to a moment to make me remember this tree. I saw what looked like motes of dust in the bright air, so zoomed in.
I couldn’t get closer as the tree was on a steep slope, but I will remember that quiet incident.
Anyway, I hope it just goes to show that any tree can be surprising!
Here are this month’s contributions:
Thank you to everyone – see you all again on October 7!