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Forest trail beside Thruscross Reservoir, North Yorkshire, England. A new friend and I ventured into the Yorkshire countryside to take photos at Thruscross Reservoir. While the water’s edge was worthy of attention, I was equally drawn to the surrounding nature, including this … Continue reading
English Bluebells atop Broom Hill near Soudley in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Last week I visited the Forest of Dean with the hope that I would enjoy the experience of walking through a forest blanketed in English … Continue reading
Broom Hill (near Soudley), Forest of Dean, England. I wanted to be able to title this post as something relating to English bluebells, because the bluebell-blanketed forest is what was sought. But weather has not been on the bluebells’ side this … Continue reading
Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska (Sept. 2004). My misty mood continues back in time to a chilly September day in Alaska. Sunlight, diffused by the thick layer of slowly rising fog, barely illuminated the fall colors, which were already muted … Continue reading
Beech Avenue, National Trust’s Sherborne Estate, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Once upon a time, this humble dirt lane served as the entrance to Sherborne Estate. A grand gate stood between those who were welcomed to enter and those who were not. … Continue reading
I took a walk to enjoy the crisp, fresh air and frosty scenery. These photos are just some of what I saw. I wanted to pet this lawn, but I doubted it would have felt as velvety as the frost … Continue reading
Just a few days ago I was dreaming about Bermuda as I lamented the short, cold, grey days. And then the most wonderful thing happened during the night. Frozen mist fell from the sky and dusted my world white. The … Continue reading
Pond beside Menneweg, Kalken, Belgium (Nov. 2012).
November sunlight through the trees in Belgium.