Garden Walk
of Bark & Limbs in Winter

Weeping Green Beech

   

Weeping Green Beech


The Weeping Green Beech best shows off its
fascinating twisted trunk & weeping limb structure
when declad for winter, as in this December close-in
photo of the orangish rain-streaked bark.


Weeping Green Beech


Here's the same weeping beech's tangle
of bent & winding trunks & limbs as seen
from the opposite side of the tree.

For more winter portraits of this tree, see the page about
Weeping Green Beech in Winter
& for other seasons, see also the page about
Weeping Green Beech in Spring
& also the page for
Weeping Green Beech in Autumn


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