On the way out of the woods on 12/19. What I was doing in the woods will show up later.
What a lovely place for a walk — especially with our most important star for a companion. The cypress here been losing their needles for the past week or two, and some of our lawns look like your forest floor. I think what you’ve shown here must be pine needles — yes?
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Yes, it is lovely and one of my favorite places with a nice brook to spend time by, photograph and listen to the water’s laughter. I’ve been coming to this place for over 40 years since my college days.
Yes, pine needles glowing with the warm early sunlight.
Teddy bears? Picnics? Probably not. 😉
I thought about using the Teddy Bears’ Picanick (all hail Yogi) but Andrew used it recently so I went in another direction. 🙂
Ah, yes, I see what you mean. And what Andrew found was no picnic, unless, as someone suggested, the globs were the remains of the bears’ picnic!
Eager to see what you discovered. NO SNOW! Looks like you’re still enjoying fall!
Still no snow…as a matter of fact, even less as we hit 50° yesterday in the rain. Below freezing this morning, so the leaves are crisp underfoot but no ice on the brook.
Beautiful lighting – lovely to see the sun shining through like this.
I can smell the pine, Steve. How wonderful to get a glimpse of your stomping ground.
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It’s lovely scent for sure, Melissa. It’s one of a few favorite spots.
I can see why, and you captured it so well. Woods don’t always translate well in photos.
Forests are some of my most favorite of all places. The way I feel about them is how some people feel about church, I suppose. I love the way you’ve captured the light through these beautiful trees. I’m looking forward to your next installment!
Thanks, I.K. The forest is tops on my list for sure. Well, I’m afraid the next installment preceded my reply, but there’s another to come after that.
You’ve reminded me of an old riddle: how far can you run into the woods?
Answer: only half-way because after that you’re running out of the woods.
Yep, remember that one from my childhood.
Really enjoyed this picture. Thanks for sharing it again.
I am glad you enjoyed it both times, Melanie. Thanks. I can rarely stay current with both the blog and Facebook.
Beautiful woodland with trees that reach for the sky. The brief patches of sunlight place an emphasis on the forest floor.
Your critique has a bit of zen to it, Yvonne. Thanks. 🙂
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