Extreme Closeup

This weeks theme in the Gallery is Extreme Close up.

We have a tree on our front lawn. We used to call it “the Ring” tree when we first moved into our house about 3 years ago. It stands bang in the centre of the grass patch and, in the winter, can sometimes look a bit eery.

Come summer though the green leaves on it turn an amazing deep red colour and will continue to turn different shades, even looking almost crimson sometimes. To this day I’ve never worked out what kind of tree it is. I’m not green fingered in the slightest so, to me, if it’s not an oak or an evergreen I am completely clueless. I didn’t realise we had a cherry tree in the back garden till my neighbour told me!

Anyway, I became so taken with our “red” tree I tried to figure out what it was and took a few close up shots of the leaves to send to my friends. People came back with different suggestions so, to this day, I’m still not sure!


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16 thoughts on “Extreme Closeup”

  1. It’s a copper beech. We have a HUGE one on the our neighbours border and it is gorgeous but also is a PITA as it drops stuff all over the place 3 seasons out of 4!

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