Can’t see the wood for the trees

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A tree is wood. Together, trees can be a wood, but if there are too many, they are suddenly a forest, or too few, a clump. If they are too spread out, suddenly they are a woodland. Numbered, outnumbered. No one ever felt this needed to be more specific, they are just trees hanging about. Trees don’t count and yet they do.

 

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