Walking in Dorset and Wiltshire and across Win Green reminded me of Paul Nash's preoccupation with the 'curiously symmetrical sculptured form' of such hilltop clumps. He referred to them as 'the Pyramids of my small world'. Both affecting and magical, these features of landscape still retain their power a century later.

Paul Nash: The Wood on the Hill, 1912

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