When I went out today, after the snow had melted, to top up some of the bird feeders, I happened to glance at the orchard and it looked different. I then realised one of the old, large apple trees had fallen over, roots broken. Possibly due to the weight of the snow? Unfortunately in has landed on a Worcester apple tree we planted about ten years ago which has just started to fruit profusely.
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Click this link Fallen apple tree in the orchard, 12 December 2010 to view in full screen mode. The full-screen panorama file is 3.6Mb in size.