Wild West Yorkshire, Thursday 25 November 2010
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IT'S A FEW years now since my mum had the tree surgeons in to cut down a century old horse chestnut which the Victorian's had planted 20 feet from the north-west corner of the house. The stump is now sprouting bracket fungus, a whitish variety with brown margins. It is stippled with pores on the undersurface.
Richard Bell, illustrator
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