Pollarded willow tree

Pollarded willow tree

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Caption: Pollarded willow tree (Salix sp.) on flooded ground. Pollarding is the practise of regularly cutting a tree's branches back to the trunk to encourage new growth. The thin new growth can then be used for fencing or cattle fodder. Photographed in the Somerset Levels, UK.

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