An A4 print of a mixed media painting of Amesbury Banks in Epping Forest. Epping Forest is a royal forest on the edge of London and well known as the hiding place of Dick Turpin and other highway men of the C18th. Amesbury Banks was one of two Iron Age hill camps in the locality before it became re-forested.
I have always liked the cool shade of beech woods and the old gnarled pollarded trees. Pollarding was where the tree is cut back above the height of deer so that the tree produces a constant supplies of useful wood. The pollarded beeches run along the top of the former encampment bank and the low sun pours through on to the bare forest floor. The pollards remind me of Arthur Rackham's children book llustrations that so often seem to feature a creepy twisted tree.
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