Monday, September 6, 2010

field maple #2

Field maple, Acer campestre. Last image as of spring 1993.

2 comments:

avicenna said...

simply a stunning tree and a fantastic development and styling.
saludos
avicenna

Anonymous said...

it is absolutely great, and looks naturally too. It looks like many of the typical shapes that field maples take on, when they grow like shrubs (pruned or not pruned) or like outgrown hedge plants. You can see this in many shrubs that grow sideways of walking paths in the countryside or as boundary of farmlands. Very nice