Not the whole of it obviously :)
Wonderful natural place, love the sky colour, and the saturation on the trees.
8 Jan 2014 7:49am
You mean it's bigger than this ! I hope you didn't get lost ;-)
8 Jan 2014 7:51am
Didn't I read the government had earmarked all 'ancient woodlands' for housing development as part of a "biodiversity offsetting program" . . ?
8 Jan 2014 8:25am
@Ronnie 2¢: :) Not too ancient here. Created in 1947 as part of a drive to make the UK more self sufficient after the war, although the odd trees from further back are scattered here and there.
8 Jan 2014 9:29am
Quelle belle forêt et ces arbres avec le nuage qui fait un beau dessin sueprbe.
8 Jan 2014 10:30am
Beautiful contrasted colors.
8 Jan 2014 10:46am
Beautiful place, I bet you could get lost:)
8 Jan 2014 11:21am
very nice shot
with beautiful composition, colors, lighting & clouds!
8 Jan 2014 12:09pm
Excellent scene here grouser. I hope the UK government keep as much of these areas as they can. There has to be a limit on what can be developed in the UK. My husband is from Salford in Lancashire, and tells me that beautiful areas are being developed at an alarming rate.
8 Jan 2014 12:17pm
@Frances: We desperately need more social housing here, however there are many brownfield sites that could be used without resorting to open countryside. I do not think there is any fear of this area being developed as it is forestry commission land. More worrying are proposed relaxation of planning controls that may allow scattered new build development in areas of green belt land
Contemplar la Natura és un bàlsam per mi... Excel·lent imatge!
8 Jan 2014 12:52pm
Fantastic scenery of the forest. I like the beautiful green.
8 Jan 2014 1:32pm
I like the up angle of this shot of the local trees against that sky with clouds. Well done.
8 Jan 2014 4:04pm
Beautiful image. Those trees are so tall! I love how they stand against the gorgeous clouds.
8 Jan 2014 4:34pm
Superb composition . Beautiful atmosphere !
8 Jan 2014 6:17pm
NIce play of light and shadows. I also like the vibrant colors and point of view.
8 Jan 2014 6:54pm
Very beautiful. Superb.
9 Jan 2014 12:39am
oh je me vois bien par la partie de gauche en bas
9 Jan 2014 8:26am
" . . I do not think there is any fear of this area being developed as it is forestry commission land . ." - about to be renamed 'Forestry and Housing Supply Commission', perhaps . .
9 Jan 2014 11:15am
@Ronnie 2¢: Oh Ronnie you cynic you.:) I think they would go for the flood plain first. You know haw developers like nice flat land. It's so much cheaper to build on. You would think though, given the current state of affairs, they might try the proven effective stilt technology :0
awesome colours !!!
10 Jan 2014 12:52pm
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