I found this on the woodland trusts websitebala and thought of my best friend Su. I know we both love weird trees. 

 

 

Glan Llyn yew, Bala, Gwynedd, North Wales

On a piece of private land, on the banks of Bala Lake, in Gwynedd, North Wales, is a windswept and decayed yew tree. It’s not particularly massive at a girth of 2.46m, but over the years it has twisted and bent and grown into a beautiful crooked shape. It’s visible from across the water, standing lonely in a field on the banks of the water.

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