11:02AM, Friday 13 September 2013
Autumn is on its way and some trees in Ockwells Park in Maidenhead are already wrapped up for the colder months ahead.
Walkers along a nature trail in the park, in Ockwells Road, have been left bemused by a number of branches which have been decked out in knitted garments.
John Walsby was enjoying a bike ride through the wooded area on Saturday morning when he spotted the unusual attire on about eight branches.
"Someone's gone through quite an effort to put that up," said 55-year-old who regularly uses the park.
It remains a mystery to who dressed up the branches which also includes a hanging Father Christmas.
"It is almost a little bit spooky, sort of voodoo-esque," added John.
"It is strange."
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