Wooded Gap

wooded_gap2-201702A view through the gap between a Beech tree and a conifer to a coppiced wood. Little water droplets can just about be seen on the wispy branches.

Weather forecasters are telling of warm Caribbean winds arriving in the UK this week – which seems quite extraordinary in February. Early mornings are still rather chill, however, with plenty of fog and general moisture in the air.

4 thoughts on “Wooded Gap

  1. Hi, Spring is in the air – the light on the rain drops causes them to look like small white flowers.
    Here in Castlemaine, the seasons are in transition. Although it is late summer, we are beginning to experience cooler mornings and days in amongst the 30C degree days.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Sounds like a little bit of relief for you on either side of the hot daytime temps. The transition time is always interesting and it seems as if Spring arrives earlier and earlier each year here!


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