Portraits of Time: Ancient Trees
Bowthorpe Oak © Beth Moon
Bufflesdrift Baobab © Beth Moon
Chapman's Baobab © Beth Moon
Croft Chestnut © Beth Moon
Desert Rose Erher Beach © Beth Moon
Heart of the Dragon © Beth Moon
Kings Canyon Sequoias © Beth Moon
Linton Yew © Beth Moon
Majesty © Beth Moon
Major's Oak © Beth Moon
Off to Market © Beth Moon
Quiver Trees at Dusk © Beth Moon
Rilke's Bayon © Beth Moon
The Ifaty Teapot © Beth Moon
The Sentinels of St Edwards © Beth Moon
Wakehurst Yews © Beth Moon
Zalmon Olive Trees © Beth Moon
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