A Woodland Walk

As Marriots Way leaves the Norfolk village of Attlebridge on its remaining ten miles that culminate at the walls of Norwich, it passes through a pine plantation to one side and a chestnut woods to the other. It’s kick-up leaves time!

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Marriots Way early on a misty morning: 22 October 2018

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38 Responses to A Woodland Walk

  1. Brian Bixby says:

    You might find this amusing; I did. When my computer loaded this page, it initially lowered a lower resolution version of the main image, which get sharper as more information is uploaded. (Given the bandwidth of my Internet connection, this happens often.) So it looked a LOT more misty at first!

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  2. Judy says:

    Well I guess my computer isn’t so much fun!! But it is a lovely, inviting path to walk on. I remember when we visited Seattle years ago taking woodland scenes with paths. So different from Florida’s Sabal, marsh and scrub.

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  3. Lovely photo, Crispina. The first thing that came to mind when I saw it was The Shire from Lord of The Rings 🙂

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    • crimsonprose says:

      You’re not the first to say that. I sent a copy to Lauren, my critique partner, and she remarked upon the likeness to the Shire. Hah, and Norfolk isn’t even a shire (one of the few counties in England that isn’t)

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  4. Lynn Love says:

    Lovely image, Crispina. And I do love this time of year for the leaves. We live in the city as you know, but we have a large park near us with the loveliest avenue of trees that every year shed what looks like several tons of leaves and it’s irresistible – I kick my way through them every time! The teenage son finds it embarrassing, of course, but I can’t not do it, it’s such a joy! Along with crunching through frost when the weather turns colder, it’s one of the pleasures of the chilly season.

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