Sunday, 24 April 2016

Another walk in Ploughman's wood

Warning, Photo heavy post! Are you sitting comfortably? Ploughman's Wood is a Wildlife Trusts nature reserve a couple of miles from our house. We sometimes go there just for an hour and a short walk. I know there are Bluebells there, so we made our way with my camera. Here are a few of my photos
 The blackthorn was beautiful on the walk from the road...
 There was a carpet of bluebells as soon as we entered the wood.
 There were also wood anemones in both white...
 and various shades of pink
 We were accompanied by the song of robins, great tits and chiffchaffs.
 We also heard green and spotted woodpeckers
 In some places the wood anemones looked like snow!



 We also saw cowslips,
 primroses...
 and lots of Greater Stitchwort
 I hope you enjoyed joining us on our little walk.
Thanks for looking!

8 comments:

  1. oh how pretty!! no wonder you visit often.

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  2. Thanks for sharing the beauty of Nature with us Sally.

    B x

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  3. Oh! how wonderful to be near such a beautiful place with access to walks and BEAUTIFUL photographs.

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  4. Hello Sally, what a wonderful walk around with you. it's certainly a beautiful woodland with the most pretty flowers, thanks for sharing with us, Kate x

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  5. I so enjoyed this walk in the woods and no wellies needed!! Great photos.

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  6. How lucky you are to have such a beautiful place to walk! Thank for inviting us along. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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  7. Gorgeous photos, I love the sharp images with the soft focus backgrounds.

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