Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

Icy Forest

So the trusty hound and I went for a clamber in the boggy, icy, impenetrable woods. Huge swathes of trees have fallen down since I was last there making it really hard to get through. My favorite photos were not all the dark trees but these; a peaty bog frozen in patterns, rainbow frozen peat oils not visible.
The view from the steep Dun at the edge of the woods, looking across to Attadale and the moon through the trees. It was all so gloomy I should have taken my tripod, but it wasn’t exactly a planned adventure or I would also have worn a coat.


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Very annoyed at this vandal who's been cutting down trees that don't belong to them in a small copse of trees i walk through everyday. If they're poor and desperate for firewood there's tonnes of felled seasoned logs just 12m away. Or fallen trees blocking paths nearby.  Or other places not far which need thinning out. Some people have no sense of a place, no respect for nature, no regard for the environment or how precious native trees are. I'm going to track them down, i take trees seriously. 😢 🌲💕
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