Monday, September 30, 2019

Surreal scene identical to the dark witch forest in the fairy

Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
The Kingley Vale Nature Reserve in the UK is home to a series of giant, rare yew trees in the world. The beauty of this area is like the home of witches.

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Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
West Sussex in the south of England is a land of attraction. In particular, the first national nature reserve of England is one of the reasons why many people come here. Established in 1952, the reserve covers an area of 160 hectares, featuring the best Western yew forest. Photo: Toothbrush Travels.
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve is also home to rare plants like oak, holly, hawthorn ... Pasture contributing to attraction by many flowers and herbs. More than 50 species of birds are found. Among them, 6 species breed in the yew tree forest. Mammals include deer, yellow-neck rats, water Soricomorpha... 39 butterflies at Kingley Vale are mostly found in grasslands. Photo: Flickr.
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
The trunks are deformed with strange shapes by age and the influence of storms. Giant tree branches, zigzag like snakes plugged into the ground like snakes creating extra roots. From there, young trees gradually grow and develop. The ground under the foliage was so dark that no vegetation could grow. Photo: Chilgrove farm b & b.
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
The exact age of the yew is not yet known. As the tree ages, the stem becomes hollow making it difficult to count wood rings. In addition, this plant has the ability to prevent growth for centuries if conditions are poor until the environment is favorable again. Therefore, the determination of age is mainly based on conjecture. Photo: Spiritual Vigor.
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
Some suggested that the tree appeared from 5,000-9,500 years ago. However, this figure is thought to be unrealistic. According to local legend, the yew at Kingley Vale was planted to commemorate the battle between the Vikings and the Anglo Saxons in 859. Other sources provide these trees are 2,000 years old. Photo: Long man's walking guide to Sussex.
Kingley Vale Nature Reserve
Kingley Vale is one of the few remaining places of the yew forest today. Most ancient trees throughout Europe were felled in the 14th century when the British began to exploit. The yew tree is said to be the hardest coniferous wood in the world. This wood was imported by royal decree to Portugal and Spain. Photo: HEADLINEZ PRO.

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