Wednesday, 4 June 2014

A walk

Our regular walk is past the blacksmith's fields of buttercup, beside the deer fence
on our way to the woods.
The bluebell colour has gone for another year and the woods are darkening with overhead leaf cover.
The ground is still wet underfoot and we keep to the edge of the wood.
There's quite a bit of timber down.

Moss covers everything.

Then it's across further fields to make a circular walk to home.


13 comments:

  1. Oh love this! There is nothing so wonderful and peaceful as a walk in the woods! I think that it is the best place in the world to walk!

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    1. The sounds in a wood make it a special place, with all the noise of a busy world left behind.

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    1. Especially green and lush this year thanks to all the rainfall.

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  3. These are my favourite walks when overseas in your country.

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    1. Although it's tricky to walk when its slippery underfoot it is interesting because I can see the prints of animals in the mud. On this walk a young deer had recently run along the path leaving it's imprint of hooves.

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    2. Although it's difficult to walk when the ground is muddy it's interesting because prints in the mud tell us about the movements of the wildlife. On this walk a young deer had recently run along the path leaving it's neat print of marks.

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  4. A walk in your woods is so different to a walk in our bush, it does look so lush and green.
    Merle...............

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    1. Now I hope you'll take me for a walk in the bush, Merle. (The upside of endless rain is green!)

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  5. I love a walk in the woods, it smells so clean and fresh. Good for the mind and body.

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    1. Yes, it's exactly that, Doc, mind and body.

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    1. Less of the sighing, Wildside, I've seen your bed of plants, I know that you're getting ever greener - and wilder!!

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