The afternoon sun casts elegant long shadows in a clearing at Westonbirt Arboretum, in Gloucestershire, captured by Guardian photographer Felix Clay, who died in May 2019 after a long illness. Clay positioned the tree in the centre of his image, drawing the eye in. At first glance, this photograph appears to be a landscape, but look closely, and you can spot a lone figure next to it. It was taken in early November in 2013, but looks much earlier, as the branches are still filled with leaves, probably thanks to the heatwave that swept Britain that summer.
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