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Unbleached Delight Light returning<br />
Clouds retreat.<br />
Slowly the greyness fades and feasts my eyes. Fraxinus excelsior,Geotagged,HDR,United Kingdom Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Unbleached Delight

Light returning
Clouds retreat.
Slowly the greyness fades and feasts my eyes.

    comments (4)

  1. An ash tree, a local legend, shows itself from multiple angles. Just like
    Famous Ash Or so spoke an old man in an old car, hailing us as we photographed some cows just a corner away. There, he said, was the famous Ash tree, often used in Dales and Yorkshire flyers. That, he says, is the photo that sells. And, just aah, wow, he's right. What a sight. Fraxinus excelsior,Geotagged,HDR,United Kingdom,ash,dales,famous,yorkshire
    Posted 8 years ago
  2. You're doing really well in your HDR experiments Ludo, this one has another fairy tale atmosphere to it. Promoted! Posted 8 years ago
    1. Joepie!! I was just going to sleep after a few days training on location, where I just talked a lot and jungled too little:) I'll sleep the better! Posted 8 years ago
  3. Thanks for your vote, Maximo! Posted 8 years ago

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''Fraxinus excelsior'' — known as the ash, or European ash or common ash to distinguish it from other types of ash — is a species of ''Fraxinus'' native to most of Europe with the exception of northern Scandinavia and southern Iberia, and also southwestern Asia from northern Turkey east to the Caucasus and Alborz mountains. The northernmost location is in the Trondheimsfjord region of Norway.

Similar species: Lamiales
Species identified by Ludo Sak
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By Ludo Sak

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Uploaded Aug 22, 2012. Captured Jul 29, 2012 18:49 in Unnamed Rd, North Yorkshire BD24, UK.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/4.5
  • 100/250000
  • ISO100
  • 35mm