Tag Archives: Woodland

Sunday Picture Post: By Wood and Water

At last the storms have gone away. We hop on a bus to Hopton. We’re going to Lound Lakes. This is the first part of the walk. You’ll need to dress warm but it’s not too wet. Here we join … Continue reading

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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… Woodland photography isn’t easy when … Continue reading

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Into the Woods

No, not the Sondheim musical that cleverly combines plots from fairy tales by Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault. And neither the book by John Yorke that explores ‘How Stories Work and Why We Tell Them’. Though I recommend both of … Continue reading

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Spirits and Sprites

In every woodland lurks a spirit, guardian over all . . . While the spirit-loci looks kinda heavy (a serious looking beastie) the sprites prefer to form themselves of light . . . As for this fella . . . … Continue reading

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Whither Shall I Wander

Indecisions. I had spent last weekend poring over maps, trying to decide where next to walk. Would it be the bus to Morton-on-the-Hill then a walk back to Taverham through the Wensum Valley? Road walking, leafy lanes. It had its … Continue reading

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