Sunday, 28 February 2016

A few conifers on Scout Scar, Cumbria

In their wild state, conifers can be very different to the tall, lanky telegraph poles you see in closely packed plantations.




Larch, a conifer which sheds its leaves in winter.

Scots pine.

The Lake District from Scout Scar.

Looking down the Lyth Valley towards Arnside.

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