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Lone Ash Tree on Limestone Pavement : Stock Photo
Lone Ash Tree on Limestone Pavement above Malham village in the Yorkshire Dales. Taken at sunrise. Due to the outbreak of ash dieback caused by Chalara Fraxinea in the UK, this may become a rare sight.

Lone Ash Tree on Limestone Pavement

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Lone Ash Tree on Limestone Pavement above Malham village in the Yorkshire Dales. Taken at sunrise. Due to the outbreak of ash dieback caused by Chalara Fraxinea in the UK, this may become a rare sight.
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