Tisa tree (Taxus baccata) resembles conifers. It has a symmetrical silhouette, the shape of the leaves similar to the conifers (glossy on the surface and the underneath) and they persist during the winter. All parts of a tisa plant are toxic to humans with the exception of the yew berries. Berries look like lanterns.
Sweet with the gelatinous core, they are even pleasant to taste.
In Romania this is a tree protected by law. We have some tisa trees in the Chindia Park, where I have thaken this photos.
My previous post Macro Monday – Old man’s beard( Clematis Vitalba)