Brockwood from the Trees

Brockwood has rarely been seen like this before! These photos were taken from the tops of many of the majestic trees around Brockwood a few years ago in late winter/early spring. There is even one photo from the Tulip tree, which was taken down earlier this year. (Pictures are by former mature students Victor Manuel Fleites Escobar and Amel Ouhammou. Photo editing by Amel.)
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