Ash dieback at the top of a hill in Hockering. Note that there are many (hundreds?) of lesions on the leaves but the branches and stems appear unaffected. This implies that the leaves were probably infected by a mass of air-borne inoculum, presumably ascospores, earlier this year.
A heavily infected tree, with a close-up of a branch
Another couple of heavily-diseased trees
Some pictures of the Browns from Dereham Canoe Group’s 40-hour relay in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, 22nd – 24th June 2012
Adam in a kayak during the 10-11am slot on the Sunday morning
James and Jeff Toser after the early morning session on Sunday 24th June
James and Douglas on the evening of Saturday 23rd June
James and Adam in the Canadian canoe, Sunday 24th June. Adam had completed his hour of solo kayaking by this time.
All of us in the Canadian, at the end of the relay, midday Sunday
James, Adam and Douglas during the last hour of the relay on Sunday 24th June
James, Adam and Douglas, Sunday 24th June
- The Midnight Massive: these guys paddled from midnight on the Saturday night to midday on Sunday, when the relay ended! Here they are, all in one boat (several of them fell out of it eventually.)
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