This is one of the oldest and most majestic trees here in Glastonbury. I recently spent several days painting it from different angles and at different times of day. Here's a morning painting.
A few folks passing by asked how old I thought it was. I suggested that cutting it down was the only way to find out for sure. Got a few strange looks (even more than the usual). Without a chain saw, I'd say it's easily 200 years old.