There are seven felled tree
trunks with coins pushed into them in the picturesque village of Portmeirion, in Wales.
In fact, most felled trees
, particularly in tropical forests, are used as fuel by the poor, which immediately returns carbon back to the atmosphere, increasing the greenhouse effect and the planet's gradual overheating.
The story is one of clan chiefs competing in symbolic self-aggrandizement through the erection of stone statues, which were transported around the island on vast tracks of felled tree
People wrote to the city council complaining about the felled tree
which was the subject of a protection order.
The felled tree
will still have a use after-life, with its timber recycled for firewood and wood chip mulch.
Less than an hour before the race, Tony Ryan was sitting on a felled tree
limb in Victoria Park, blowing on an Aboriginal wind instrument called a didgeridoo.
That can result in a hefty fine and the need to replace the felled tree
with a mature specimen - another costly exercise.
Can you guess the age of this felled tree
these workmen were sawing up in May 1950?
The number of unauthorized felled trees
decreased to 621 compared to 2016, the damage decreased by 1,857,700 som," the statement says.
At least six other people died and dozens more were injured across central and northern Germany as Thursday's storm felled trees
and brought major difficulties to the transport network.
The worst situation was on December 10 and early December 11 in the north of central Slovakia and close to the Tatras, where the windstorm felled trees
and left several thousand households without electricity.
Residents in all six provinces of the region took to social media and authorities to report the strong winds that felled trees
and 'roared' through homes.
The felled trees
will go into the timber trade and used for biomass energy.
at Dark Hedges and, below right, local cuts up and removes branches ANTRIM
com A ROW over felled trees
has broken out between Baggies star Craig Gardner and his neighbours in Warwickshire.