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Re: Ben's Red Oak photo 1

Subject: Re: Ben's Red Oak photo 1
From: BENJAMIN FUEST
Date: Dec 18 2018 15:38:59
 Thanks Jerry, this is the veiw of the tree from the side. looking at the 
stem imagine absolutly no branch wood or twig life to the right of the stem 
in any way, itwas as if the tree had been grom against glass, flat as a 
pancack. That is what David liked about it. Looking at the branch lower and 
pointing up to the left. Its changed  direction at the point of attachment as 
have the others behind it. Call me names, tell me its impossible all I can do 
is go look at it and believe.I understand smaller twigs taking head to the 
light and space bending or sprouting, but branches changing direction at the 
attachment. If the weather was better and I could climb the ladder I'd go up 
and have a good squint at the branch collers for clues, but that will have to 
wait.

    On Tuesday, 18 December 2018, 15:23:07 GMT, Jerry Ross 
<trees@xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk> wrote:  
 
 Ben's asked me to post these photos - he'll no doubt comment on them

On 18/12/2018 12:17, BENJAMIN FUEST (benjaminfuest758@xxxxxxxxxxx.com) wrote:




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