A walk in the woods
A walk in the woods – what does it do for you?
For me, I get outside, get some fresh air, say hello to other people enjoying the outdoors, listen to the birds and get to look around for potential pictures. I also pay attention to the weather, if it has been raining or is about to rain, watch out for squirrels or maybe deer and keep an eye on the light. While I do all that I get some exercise and get to relax.
And you thought it was just a walk in the woods 🙂
Some images from my last walk:
In the picture above I imagined the lichen to running off the cliff a bit like lemmings. I don’t know why. Now I’ve mentioned it you can see it too, cant you?
How about this one:
At first glance this fungi looks like it’s been stuck on this tree. I was fascinated by the shape and layering.
Talking of things that look like they’ve been placed:
I couldn’t have made a better job of putting this here myself. It’s like it was jammed up between the two branches.
This root structure looks more like some creature that is about to jump out at you. In fact I was expecting it to move while taking the picture.
Don’t always look for the obvious
On this walk I could hear some woodpeckers although they were quite elusive. There were plenty of other birds adding to the sounds of the wood. All of them seemed camera shy on this particular day.
So I wondered about looking at what else was around. We’re almost into spring here so in a few weeks this same wood should have more leaves on the trees. Hopefully a bit more colour and some sunshine too.
I am going to make a point of returning to see the difference.
And I won’t just be looking for the obvious…
Camera/lens: Nikon D5300, Nikkor 85mm Micro