In the Caledonian Forest, or indeed most natural ecosystems, it is often the whole landscape, or the large features within it, that makes the strongest initial impression. However, it is in the details observed close up where the patterns of growth, development and behaviour are sometimes revealed, offering insight into the deeper workings of nature.
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