This lane near home leads steeply down to the stream and the mill. It is just past the point in the hedgerow where, each year, glowworms meet on warm summer evenings. In the hedges, young oak trees are slowly stretching their limbs and filling out. There are 2,300 different species of bats to mammals, lichen to fungi dependent in some way on oak. Silhouettes and the names of some of the 2,300 are written into the background of the painting.
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