This remarkable clump of trees stands only a short walk from where the Camel River runs into the Celtic Sea, which is a part of the Atlantic Ocean. And so over the years they have shifted shape under the weight of a wind brought by serious storms and gales along this north Cornish coast.
I’ve decided that for a while I am going to return to posting a single picture on a regular basis without thinking too much about what to write with it. Some of the pictures will be current, some of them will be from my archives. I shot this particular image when I was in England over the summer.
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