When I’m in Barcelona I live just round the corner from Park Güell. Here are a few photos taken during this afternoon’s heavy snowfall:
Aleppo pines aren’t built to carry heavy weights, and I saw a few fall and many more lose often substantial branches. Check the back branch wobble on this Pinus halepensis:
And here’s video of the branch as it gives up the struggle and goes its separate way. I thought it was going to come right down, possibly bringing the tree with it–hence my distance and angle:
I asked around, but Al Gore had already headed home.
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