Ancient stone and twisted oak trees are clothed in moss. Ferns grow from branches their spores snugly taken root in the deep green.
Do you see the tree pointing? I see a crone. Wise old woman of the wood?
There are many tales and legends about the wood to read. Too many to tell here, but here is a good place to visit if you want to know more.
Just below the wood is the west dart river. Picturesque and tolkienesque.
And here are my two hobbits or Orcs! blending in with the landscape, well sort of. ;)
On the night of the blue moon we were back in the woods.
This time Tehidy woods, to see the Rogue Theatre. When we saw them last year we enjoyed it so much, that we just couldn't miss this year's 'King Arthur And The Wild Hunt'
On our last night camping, we saw a gloworm. What a special end to a great six days.
Now back here at home, I'm busy finishing off the illustrations for the book that I'm working on and some new paintings in the pipeline, for an exhibition that I'm participating in. There will be more on that later....
In the mean time, enjoy your weekend.