Completing the meandering loop of this week’s walk brought me to the oak woods of Coedbach Park. It looks like there is plenty underfoot to keep the squirrels going through the winter. Overhead the twisting branches of these wonderful crooked trees will provide progressively less shade from the weather as the season moves on. Whatever weather the seasons bring, it is unlikely to stop me enjoying the sights and sounds I encounter on my walks.
Underfoot and Overhead
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Love the image of the trees with their twisting branches. Roasted acorns are tasteful.
Wish you a nice weekend.
Thanks tg. The trees are wonderful aren’t they. I don’t think I’ve ever had roasted acorns – must try them.
They remind me of avenues of twisty trees in France . I had to google to see where the park is in Wales …I thought it would be way out in the country somewhere not on the edge of a town . Wonderful .Lovely photos .
Thank you very much 🙂 I love the French avenues of trees but I’m not sure these unruly oaks would conform to the formal structure of an avenue lol.
You’re right 😉 avenue was probably not quite term !
Doesn’t matter – we can’t control what sparks our memories. The important thing is that they are sparked 🙂
Beautiful shot of those twsity trees 🙂
It must have been lovely to walk under their branches.
Thanks. It certainly is and I do regularly as do many others. It is a very popular wood of which I think the locals are very proud.
Yes…. those trees are amazing!!