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Any tree/horticultural experts here?

66Mustang Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,549 Disability Gamechanger
Yesterday I drove past a tree which was completely covered in what looked like cobwebs. I mean completely covered as if someone had gone over the top with some halloween decorations. However this was in the middle of nowhere, not near anyone's house, so I'm guessing unlikely that a person had done it (but not ruling it out).

It was very strange and I'd not seen anything like it before.

I would have gotten a photo but it was on a tight country lane and there was already someone photographing it so I couldn't stop.

I'm interested to know if anyone has any idea what this could have been?



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