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Nannys Garden World 🌈 Nov 22
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Terry Davis Nov 22
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Ruth Holmes Nov 20
Add your voice to the call for govt. action in Scot, Eng, NI & Wales to achieve the increase in native & we need to fight 💚🌳🌲🌍💚 Join - demand action for now
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Peter Fix Nov 16
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Nannys Garden World 🌈 Nov 22
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Shef Park Project Nov 15
Do you know where this winding stair case through the woods can be found?
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philomena plunkett Nov 17
A walk in the woods glorious trees
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Rachel Leonardi Nov 16
A nice escape to the peace and quiet of the woods, to forget about the worries of 2020 for a bit.
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Calvin Nov 17
There is a lot going on here, but I liked the depths of colors through out.
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Gem's photography. Nov 21
Last bit of green in a very bare forest xx
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K A Stefan Svensson Nov 21
Sweet dreams, all twitter friends! More nostalgia: Memories of walks with my dog (R.I.P.) in my old neighborhood.
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Ruth Holmes Nov 15
Defend our & against cuts to planning protection 💚🌳🌲💚 We must not lose our last line of defence: the ability to speak out when our & are under threat
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philomena plunkett Nov 18
As demonstrates we all need hugs. Just added a couple of dots to show what I saw. in the .
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Mark Brown Nov 22
Sunday stroll at Hazelborough woods with the in-laws.
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Friends of Southend Nov 21
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Chrysalis Nov 22
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Ramesh Pandey IFS Nov 15
Just to gaze at the beauty of giant redwoods. Mesmerising beauty of greater mortals.
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Eszter Orbán Nov 17
Good morning everyone have a beautiful Thuesday 💛💚
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Westcountry-wide Nov 19
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Chris Harvey Nov 20
Catkins are the male flowers of the hazel tree and are really signs of winter rather than spring - Enjoy,.! .
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