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Beware! Forest Operation ...

By Humblebee
I thought this might be acceptable for Shadow Saturday. It was taken on a walk through Kings Wood, Challock. This is the track along which the loggers remove the felled trees.

V2 and v3 show a scene of devastation where swathes of trees had been cut down to just above ground.

I was so please you liked Sunshine in the Garden, and many thanks to you all for your lovely comments and votes, and an especial Thank You to Don (Frase) for his coveted UA ...GrinGrinGrin

Seems we are being promised a return to winter weather, so do keep well and keep warm ... Carol Grin

Tags: Trees Flowers and plants Logging Kings wood Wildlife and nature Shadow Saturday

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9 Mar 2013 11:18AM
Nice shadowy captures Carol, V1 my favourite,
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Hermanus 7 4 South Africa
9 Mar 2013 11:40AM
Lovely photos Carol - but unfortunaly I do not recognise the trees Smile They looked a bit like Blackwattle but I am not sure Smile have a great weekend Smile
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 159 16 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2013 12:47PM
Great set of images Carol,SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile V1 for me. The images show an old country way of coppicing, the trees are cut every so many years and regrow, this is a way of manageing woodland. Some coppies are very old.

Use of the cut trees are, charcoal makeing, brooms, fenceing, rustic furniture etc

Cliff
danbrann 14 640 17
9 Mar 2013 1:08PM
Suits your Saturday shadows extremely well Carol.
Irishkate Plus
8 41 115 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2013 1:21PM
Interesting as well as super shadows.
V1 is a lovely woodland scene and V3 makes a great image too.
After the storms a few years ago, it was sad to see so many trees down,
but Nikonuser1 explanation of coppicing is interesting too.
KateGrinGrinGrin
Jasper87 Plus
9 2.2k 156 England
9 Mar 2013 1:45PM
The horizontal shadows provide an excellent counter to the vertical trees, Carol. It looks destructive but it is sustainable and controlled.

Dave
Humblebee 7 1 England
9 Mar 2013 2:39PM
Thanks Cliff and Dave, that is great news. I did wonder if it was coppicing, so am very pleased to learn that is what it is - so many trees are destroyed and never replanted, making this planet of ours a poorer place ... Carol GrinGrinGrin
Fefe Plus
7 33 31 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2013 4:34PM
I am so glad for the explanation from Cliff and Dave......... I have always wondered why they do thisSad
Last week at Ladybower I noticed that all the ones cut down a few years ago had all totally regrownGrinGrin
Nice set CarolSmile
Diane
BIGRY1 Plus
7 3 8 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2013 4:54PM
Nice images especially V1. Nice one!WinkGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ryan
9 Mar 2013 10:36PM
Lovely trio. V1 for me. Don
paskinmj 10 11 1 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2013 11:16PM
Nice set.
Matt
12 Mar 2013 8:45AM
I thought that only in Brazil and Siberia they carried such extensive cutting of trees ... LolWink
Good set, Carol!Smile
Regards Valery
1881 7 India
14 Mar 2013 5:45PM
Excellent work.


SANJEEV
25 Mar 2013 9:07PM
Lovely image. SmileSmile

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