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Sorbus commixta 'Embley'

Sorbus commixta 'Embley' by Jacky Parker

Image details - Sorbus commixta 'Embley'

Photographer: Jacky Parker (see profile)
Competition: Competition 7
Category: Trees, Woods & Forests
Location: The Savill Garden, Windsor, England, United Kingdom

Description

Embley' is a medium-sized deciduous tree with pinnate leaves composed of up to seventeen lance-shaped, finely pointed leaflets turning bright red and orange in autumn. Flowers are creamy-white; fruits are glossy scarlet. I am always drawn to this small specimen tree in Savill Gardens: this particular day, the light was soft and hazy and the tiny red berries appeared to have a natural vibrant red sheen to them. I like to get underneath the leaf canopy and shoot outwards towards the light and spent a while trying different angles in between waiting for the foliage to settle as it was quite a breezy day.

Awarded

Finalist - Trees, Woods & Forests