Leefy hollow

Biology, Gallery | May 13th, 2011 | RSS Feed

The crowns of the beech trees reach towards the sky of the forest. The leefs of past years form a warm floor, muffling existing sounds but produceing an unevitable rustle when touched by the wind. The leefs of the comming year form a green roof, catching the rays from the sun. The light in the hollow below the branches wrappes the silvery trunks in a mystic green.


Latin: Fagus sylvatica
Swedish: Bok
English: European beech

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