Sunday Picture Post: After the Rain

10th October, our intended walk is only a short bus journey away. But just as we get off the bus, a great heavy cloud dumps its rain on us. We took shelter in a shop.

10th October 2022

Quarter hour later the rain stops and we walk. We’re heading to two small woodlands, but first there’s a lovely meadow

10th October 2022

10th October 2022

10th October 2022

We encounter some very thick-trunked trees… must be old

10th October 2022

10th October 2022

This one has honey fungus attacking its roots (it’s not long for this world)

10th October 2022

Every so often the path leads us back to that meadow

10th October 2022

Here’s a path that’s trying to keep us on the not-quite so straight-and-narrow

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Under the bridge (disused railway) and into sunshine

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And here we find a bench, so we sit awhile

10th October 2022

The second woodland doesn’t lend itself much to photography, such a dense canopy, lots of dark holly undergrowth. But I manage this one

10th October 2022

That’s all folks. Check out Tuesday Treats for some very colourful foliage!

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14 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: After the Rain

  1. granny1947 says:

    You have some incredible scenery in your part of the world.

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  2. Dale says:

    After the rain, beautiful and lush colours πŸ™‚

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  3. Sadje says:

    Very nice photos.

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Beautiful scenery, it looks like the rains are just starting to hit. I’m hoping the sun makes an appearance this week here. πŸ™„

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