Sunday Picture Post: Back Home Part 2

Picking up where we left off last Sunday, in our walk of 19th April.

We take a long cut, just so we can walk beside the river…

19th April 2023

We discuss whether this is Old Man or Old Mother Willow. All I know is this tree was old when I was young

19th April 2023

Two bridges create a slight illusion. My grandpa helped to build the older bridge (the one with the arches)

19th April 2023

We circle around to approach Greenhills Wood…because our bus stop lies on the other side. Logic, hey!

19th April 2023

It is a hill, but it’s not high (this is Norfolk)

19th April 2023

When we moved from this village in 1983 there was a pine plantation on this hilltop. Not no more!

19th April 2023

There is a greening where once was deep pine-shadowed dark

19th April 2023

And here are bluebells… of course

19th April 2023

19th April 2023

19th April 2023

19th April 2023

But as yet we’re too early for the wide swathes of bluebells that carpet this woodland. Never mind. We have somewhere else in mind for our next walk.

Hope you enjoyed!

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20 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Back Home Part 2

  1. Sadje says:

    Love the trees with wide trunks.

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous countryside. The sign was swallowed by the tree bark. It must have been there for years.

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  3. Oh what lovely bluebells! I see the tree as “Grandfather Tree” it seems Old Man to me.

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  4. Brian Bixby says:

    I do like the shot of the two bridges.

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  5. Dale says:

    If that tree could talk (in a language we understand) the stories it would surely tell!
    Love the two bridges πŸ™‚

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