Les arbres ouvrent la porte à toutes les analogies possibles et imaginables. La preuve en photos...
THE GREAT WALL. - Heather or hedges... Red is the main color when you visit Scotland in winter.
Bruyère ou hautes haies... Le roux est la couleur marquante de l'hiver écossais.
The Meikleour Beech Hedge (European Beech = Fagus sylvatica), located near Meikleour alongside the A93 Perth-Blairgowrie Road, was planted in the autumn of 1745 by Jean Mercer and her husband, Robert Murray Nairne on the Marquess of Lansdowne's Meikleour estate. It is said the hedge grows towards the heavens because the men who planted it were killed at the Battle of Culloden.The hedge is noted in the Guinness World Records as the tallest and longest hedge on earth, reaching 30 metres (100 ft) in height and 530 metres (1/3 mile) in length. It is trimmed once every ten years.