Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine

AFTER STORM CIARÁN

In this photo of another casualty of Storm Ciaran, a tree on the coast has fallen so far that it is completely upside down with just the root ball now visible from the road

It is now around two months the Island was visited by the great storm named Ciarán, but in so many places in the Island its effects are still visible.

Nicole Hamel took these pictures in the east of the Island – just before Christmas. They show the countryside there – after the storm has passed

A flooded field along Rue de la Sente Maillard in Grouville
A pheasant walks through an orchard on Le Chemin des Maltières, but the backdrop again shows the effects of Storm Ciaran
This is the magnificent old yew tree next to St Clement Church. The lights on the lower branches just seem to emphasise the scale of the tree. 

This peacock was investigating a pile of earth and broken branches near Les Pres Manor
Beautiful swans in water meadows in Grouville

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