First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
I would so love to still be able to walk woods like that. Very nostalgic for me amd a lovely photo.
Most inviting! How lovely it must be as it gets more leafy...!
Any teddy bears in your woods?
Hello Hermes - maybe you can take this as a 'virtual journey'?Mag - That's true. It's even lovelier with leaves. I like it best here in high summer.Teddy Bears, Mo? Why yes! Hundreds of them!Lucy
beautiful scene - i wanna go play in there! Definitely looks inviting :)
enchanting.i would like to take a path like that.
Looks like a forest film setting...nice shot Lucy!
Hello Johnny Nutcase. Although I hope you'd find much of interest and pleasure along this route, I doubt it would hold you for long, given the wide and dramatic places you are used to.Hello Chasity. I've never met anyone on this path (though many near it). Yet is is clearly well trodden, even with the branch across. There's a mystery!Hello Chuck, I agree - one half expects Robin Hood or a 1970s dryad to come wandering along.Lucy
This is trail I would certainly want to follow. reminds me of a spot on my sisters place where I love to go to recharge during a busy week.
Looks very mystical and beautiful.
When I first looked at this picture I had the same response as most of the comments here; "I want to walk down that path". You seemed to have captured that sentiment in this photo.
mmm.... a lovely place to wander!
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