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As well as forming a prominent feature in landscape photography, individual or groups of trees can present an interesting subject for photographers.

The appearences of trees change with the seasons, offering a variety of leaf and blossom colours and shapes as deciduous trees lose their leaves.

Similarly, through their life cycles, trees change from smooth-barked sapplings to majestic old forms and the stark features of dead trees offer endless photographic opportunities.

The photos of trees captured by DIG members are displayed below.

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Tree
"Little leaf Linden (tilia cordata)"
Source: Wikimedia Commons
Author: Stefan Wernli
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Elaine Rush
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Marilyn Richardson
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Margaret Barnett
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Joyce Pickup
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Geoff Turton
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Barry Porter
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Henri Joubert
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Robin Ireland
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April Jury
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Pam Donnet
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Ian Chesterfield
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Jean McCormick
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Harry Vesely
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Sylvia Moores
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Robin Dinham
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Shirley Payne