A huge weeping beech tree in Bayeux gardens, France 2 – slow pan.

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A slow pan shot of an enormous weeping beech tree. Planted over 140 years ago this huge weeping beech tree can be found in the public gardens at Bayeux, Normandy, France (Le jardin botanique de Bayeux). This very unusual tree is actually two different beech varieties grafted together. It stands over 17 meters high, with a diameter of over 40 meters and has to be supported with steel wire ropes attached to tall metal poles. It could be one of the widest trees in the world. 4K tripod shot.(Ref. Misc 24)

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