Bluebells in Shrawley Woods, Worcestershire. Situated about 10 miles north of Worcester, Shrawley Wood is one of the largest small-leaved lime woodlands in the country. The wood sits on the Western bank of the River Severn and is home to some spectacular displays of Bluebells in the spring. This image was enhanced using a technique of LAB colour enhancement. For an explanation of how this image was processed, see my <a href="https://www.mdp.me/blog/simple-lab-colour-enhance/post/">blog post</a>
Exposed root system of an old tree in Brundholme Woods on the path up to Latrigg near Keswick in the Lake District.
"The free bird thinks of another breeze and the trade winds soft through the sighing trees and the fat worms waiting on a dawn bright lawn and he names the sky his own" -- Caged Bird BY MAYA ANGELOU
Not for me the other dogs, running by my side, Some have run a short while, but none of them would bide. O mine is still the lone trail, the hard trail, the best, Wide wind and wild stars and the hunger of the quest.
“We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon” ― Konrad Adenauer
“It is better to be alone than to become a person that loses his soul to the fear of loneliness.” ― Shannon L. Alder