When the woods are silent it is a bit spooky...that one tree in particular could give you the creeps.
It was more peaceful, than spooky - we walked up the bridle way on to the top road. O/H used to have to travel up that way when he went to school. The taxi would collect him, his brother and sister along the top road. Not visible on the photo of the tree, but somewhere down the bark are the initials of his cousin going back about sixty years
Super photos, Molly and I love your photo-stream technique. Very effective.
Thank you. Doing a learning curve on You tube. There is a library of 'free' music you can choose from to go with the slide show. It was a bit 'creepier' than I would of liked but I couldn't find anything else suitable to fit the pictures.
I love the glorious silence of the woods :) it's why I love nature.
Yes, we're so lucky to have all the lovely countryside right on our doorstep. Feeling a touch of 'November' blues in the morning, but going for a walk soon dispelled it all.
Thanks for taking us on that lovely walk - oh for Welsh woodland. Love the photo effect.
Sue, how are you? Hope you are well and able to go on your lovely walks as well.
Wild and beautiful! I can see myself living there. Wait...you get cold and snow don't you? I'll just visit via the blog.
Winters can be a bit (ahem) challenging - but the solid fuel Rayburn has a lot going for it.
Love the pictures and the music has a lovely beat - I could imagine your footsteps beating time - looks like a brisk walk - Jane xx
The moss on the stones, the leaves and trees--a walk worth taking!
Great pics Molly.....I would so love to go for a walk in the woods, so different from the Australian bush......There's a crow cawing in the background here as I watch the video!!Clarie x