Sunday Picture Post: In Winter Woods

7th February, we hop on a bus to Norwich to walk along the Wensum Valley and visit the little Tud. From there we head into Costessey where there are wooded hills. Please come with me…

7th February 2022

Woodland photography isn’t easy when the trees are in full leafΒ  and the sun spears through. So much easier to see the terrain when the trees are bare or beginning to green…

7th February 2022

Trees here are mostly beech, birch, oak, hazel and chestnut, with a dash of holly

Silver Birch: 7th February 2022

Hazel Catkins: 7th February 2022

7th February 2022

7th February 2022

Beech trees grow on the wood-bank, a sign of this woodland’s great age

7th February 2022

Catkins: 7th February 2022

A very old holly: 7th February 2022

Looking towards the Tud from the edge of the woods

7th February 2022

7th February 2022

Colour… remnants of last year

7th February 2022

This is a beautiful woodland, open to the public and managed by the parish council. Here’s where I grew up, here’s where I played Robin Hood and other such adventures. Hope you enjoyed it

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13 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: In Winter Woods

  1. Sadje says:

    Thanks for sharing your playground with us. Beautiful place.

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  2. Nope, Not Pam says:

    I like how you can see the trees structure. It interesting how the branches bend, almost artistic πŸ™‚

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  3. Thank you for the romp! It’s so green. I am still getting snow! Still walking on the frozen lake.

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  4. Dale says:

    Such a different sight from what we have! Beauty abounds, Crispina.

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