Sunday Picture Post: Wet Woodland Walk

First, to clarify. It’s a wetland woodland, it’s not a wet walk…or at least, it’s not so wet at this season (in fact, we’re in drought here).

Monday 26th August, bus across the marshes to Acle, then head to Damgate Carr. Our destination is a couple of old mills out in the marshes (but more of that next week).

A wise walker keeps to the paths in this woodland…

26th August 2022

26th August 2022

Ahead, the sun streams through a gap in the trees. Stark lighting poses a challenge for the camera

26th August 2022

Where I grew up we didn’t have reeds in our woods…this slays me and delights me

26th August 2022

26th August 2022

It seems late in summer for honeysuckle to bloom, yet here it is, reaching up to the sun

26th August 2022

26th August 2022

More water, more reeds, more duckweed turning it all a vivid green…

26th August 2022

And spider webs. These are everywhere. It is the season

26th August 2022

As are the dragonflies…not so easy to capture!

26th August 2022

26th August 2022

And hops…here, climbing through a holly tree

26th August 2022

And miniscule bugs….

26th August 2022

Damgate Carr is a good place to find fungi. But not in this drought. Well, that’s what we say as we’re walking along…then we’re proved wrong…

26th August 2022

And there I leave you. Hope you enjoyed. If so, please join me for the second part of this walk, Weavers Way. Have a good week, folks

About crispina kemp

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15 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Wet Woodland Walk

  1. Sadje says:

    Such lush green surroundings. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Dale says:

    Always a wonderful meander with you! Happy Sunday!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Love the spiderwebs, but the fungi wins the day 😊

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