Thank you so much Mike. This must have been an easy one for you; I guess it's a common tree. In my country it is only found in the north extremes so I had not seen it before. I guess the brittleness of its branches adds to its beauty. Thanks again
It certainly has a grace which separates it from the common ash.
I guess you are from Greece. I have seen some fine trees in Greece, when I did some field work in Epirus in 1994. They included Ostyra carpinifolia, which (to reverse the situation) is a rare tree in the UK. I live in Cyprus now, so it is rare for me to see a narrow-leaved ash - so thanks for showing me your fine example.