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This week’s photo of the week was sent in from Gavin Burke, who is currently holding a wonderful exhibition at Trading Boundaries near Sheffield Park (see page 10). “I’m very fond of woods, and I feel very comfortable walking in woodland,” he says. “I liked this image because I like the repetition of the pattern of the trees in the background, and the way that the stumps in the foreground break up that pattern.” He took it in the hills in Surrey near Blackdown, where Tennyson lived, with a Nikon 35mill HP5. Not much more to day on that one… we love the picture because it reminds us of how nice winter can be, and because it makes us want to crunch the crisp leaved under our boots. Keep sending your pictures in. As we keep on saying, we love getting them.


Life’s a beech: and then you lose all your leaves