The Beech plantation in the grounds of Leeds castle was planted following the destruction of many ancient Beeches during the Great Storm of '87. Late Autumn is the perfect time to shoot this small grove. The ground is littered with golden leaves and the branches are just holding onto their foliage but not enough to prevent the sunlight streaking through.
Flowers and plants
Landscape and travel
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