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Trees are bringing me joy in lockdown - and here's how I'm learning to identify them | Adrian Chiles

UK's cities are surprisingly green, with London and Birmingham having more trees per person than Paris or Berlin. But trying to learn the names of each species has left me puzzledI left London this week for the first time in more than a month to make a short film for the BBC. For such purposes, believe it or not, I am an essential worker. It felt weird, and not just because of the lack of traffic on the motorways. You get used to what lockdown looks like in your own locale; seeing it elsewhere makes it new and strange all over again.During many fine days at home this past month, I have yearned for the countryside. But now I was in the sticks, the weather had changed from glorious to horrendous. The view cleared for me by the windscreen wipers was monochrome. Monochrome, that is, apart from the trees. Even through clouds of grey spray, they burned so bright and green that I fancied my eyes were starting to hurt. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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