Sunday Picture Post: This Green and Pleasant Land

Let me take you back to 27th April. Two buses take us (via Norwich) to Long Stratton, a small town built “along” a Roman road. We’re heading to Tyrrell’s Wood, an ancient woodland managed by Woodland Trust. We’ve been there several times on our fungi hunts. But this time we’re going the long way round, which is mostly off-road walking.

The footpath out of town: 27 April 2021
All-day Breakfast: 27 April 2021
Beautiful, the English lanes in spring: 27 April 2021
Another footpath takes us across country: 27 April 2021
A young elm in flower: 27 April 2021
Another lane? No, our footpath follows a private road that leads to a farm: 27 April 2021
Heading now to Wood Green, a hamlet anciently named for Tyrrell’s Wood: 27 April 2021
Can’t resist taking photos of gates; 27 April 2021
And into the woods: 27 April 2021
On the ancient forest edge: 27 April 2021
Managed woodlands have established areas and those of new growth: 27 April 2021
27 April 2021

I could fill the page with so many more trees. But 12 pics I think is enough. See Tuesday Treat for the flowers we met on the way. And oh, what treats they were. Hope you’ve enjoyed

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15 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: This Green and Pleasant Land

  1. Deborah says:

    These are really beautiful Crispina! 🙂 ❤

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  2. Sadje says:

    Green and peaceful

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  3. Wow. You really took some very pretty pics. Really lovely.

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  4. What lovely scenery!

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  5. Dale says:

    Lovely, lovely, lovely. So many beautiful places to walk!

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