Tag Archives: Woodland


A walk in woodland is always a joy. From the translucent greens of spring, to the multi-coloured feast of autumn. For the quietness. And for the woodland itself – the straight trunks that create a kind of order and depth. … Continue reading

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A walk in the woods

There’s something special about being lost (in a photographic sense) in a wood. I enjoyed that experience just a week ago. It’s quite some time since I last did that. All I could hear was the distant sound of traffic, … Continue reading

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Kingley Vale

I took a break from posting over Christmas and New Year (as will be obvious to those who follow me) and it’s proving surprisingly difficult to get back to normality. I could list a quite a few reasons for that … Continue reading

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Tree Bark

We never stop seeing the world slightly differently, finding a new focus of interest unexpectedly. A few days ago I went for a slowish walk through woodland that was new to me and found myself fascinated by tree bark. I … Continue reading

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Autumn Colours

Earlier this week we made a brief visit to Polesden Lacey, a National Trust property not far from Guildford. This image was taken from the Terrace looking across to an expanse of woodland. What an unexpected treat for the eyes … Continue reading

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Today’s headline image is unusual for me as it takes in a broad sweep of woodland – not my normal approach to this environment. This image was taken yesterday on a visit to our local Nature Reserve – a five-minute … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Woods

A gentle day for Swiss National Day with the weather a little uncertain. A walk in the woods was the perfect answer. The only sound being the roar of water in a nearby river draining melt water from the Fee … Continue reading

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