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Hoar frost on the native Wild Crab Apple Malus sylvestris. The Crab Apple has strong associations to love and marriage in folklore, with apple wood traditionally being burned by Celts during marriage rites. The changing colour of leaves in autumn is due to the reduction of chlorophyll as the amount of sunlight decreases, leaving the chemicals carotenoids and flavonoids to become more dominant and reveal their colours.

Photograph by Sophie Carr

About Sophie Carr

Sophie Carr is a London-based photographer, specialising in landscape and seascape photography in Iceland. Having travelled extensively around the world, her true photographic passion is winter Icelandic landscapes.

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