Global warming autumnal tree colours
Woodland near Watford, Herts. Global warming is causing UK trees to produce autumnal colours to rival the leaf displays of New England, say experts. Some areas of southern England have seen the most spectacular leaf displays in their history in recent years as a result of climate change, according to conservation charity The Tree Council.
Environment - New Forest Tower
One of the three 78ft high towers which have been erected by the Foresty Commission in the New Forest in order that a round the clock watch can be kept on 100, 000 acres of valuable trees. This one, which is situated at Emery Down, is built of locally grown Douglas fir.
© PA/PA Photos
Britaincollectionfeatureyear1961, Britainimagescollectionmove, Environment, Forest, Printstoreok, Printstoreok1, Trees, Wood
A wych-elm tree at Wraxall in Somerset, which has been growing on the site of the old village cross for at least 300 years. It is hollow, with enough space inside for 10 people. Julie Symmons of Clevedon is seen climbing out of the small hole in the trunk.
© PA Archive/PA Images
Archive, Archivenewscans2015, Archivenewscansjune2015, Britjune29thjuly3rd2015, Britplaces, Church, Large, Pa124993, Pasomerset, Printstoreok, Printstoreok1, Tree, Trees, Trunk, Village