These oak trees are 700 years old. How do you present an image of a dead straight line of oak trees in the middle of an ancient landscape surrounded by modernity?
The trees were planted 700 years ago as the boundary line to a farm. These, and others, still show clearly that once upon a time something was there, and that men calculated it and made it for a purpose.
This is interesting, exciting even, if you are in the right mood. But showing it in a photo is almost impossible.
There they stand; huge, gnarled, and in a dead straight line, forming a visible statement of a legally recognised boundary. They are absolutely healthy and they survived. We did not cut them down to build yet another warship to bash the Spanish, fight the Dutch or punish that rogue Napoleon. They have survived for 700 years, and they still make their statement. This is the boundary. It stops here.
(I hope that my "post-proceesing" efforts haven't annoyed you. Believe me, without some form of "dramatising" these oaks are "non-photo".)