Some Winter Images

We’ve had sub zero temperatures in southern Scotland for a few weeks now, but today we had our first significant snowfall of the winter.

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Work doesn’t stop completely at this time of year; there’s still plenty to do, but the cold certainly slows down progress. Gerry and I are still meeting regularly and we bring a few trees inside to work on but we spend most of the time chatting, drinking coffee and trying to keep warm.

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Todays’ snow was accompanied by a slight rise in temperature, which enabled me to open the greenhouse door, which has been frozen shut for about a week; so I brought a few deciduous trees inside to photograph them in their winter image. I do this every winter so that I can compare the change in ramification with previous years.

Deshojo maple shohin

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This is how it looked in 2013

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This is how my Shishigasira maple is looking at the moment

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And this is how it looked in 2013

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Japananese Larch winter 2017

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Same tree in 2012

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Trident maple 2017

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Trident maple 2014

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Here’s another shohin trident in winter image. I acquired this one at the beginning of the year so I have no earlier images to compare it to…..yet!

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7 thoughts on “Some Winter Images

  1. Another great blog Robert, luv to see the trees compared over the years. Down here on the Isle of Wight I still have leaves on some trees just shows the difference a few hundred miles can make. Keep the info coming it’s great to read. Hope you had a nice Xmas and all the best for the new year.

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