Monday, May 16, 2011

An evening walk in the woods

Bluebells still in the woods. Roisin Markham 2011
After a chilled family weekend I took the time to go walk in the lower woods in Courtown. I had n't been there for a while. It is an unusual forest as you can hear the sea crash against the shoreline as you walk.
The is lots of new fern growth. After the hard week of cold windy weather a lot burn damage to young fresh growth on trees, lots of badly damaged alder leaves and some kill off. Lovely to see bluebells and ramsons still in the woods. Go quick if you want to catch them they will be gone over by next weekend.
 it was after 8pm and was interesting to see the colour spectrum drop. Love the intensity of colour in this shot.
Evening time in Courtown Woods. Roisin Markham 2011
 Nature always reclaims man made objects. In the cities and urban landscape you will find plants growing in unseeming places. Reclaiming the building and urban streets their way. I've always had an interest in how plants move. Nature is fascinating.
Is this technically more moss art? Have some good links to moss art on my facebook page.
Nature reclaims all. Roisin Markham 2011
 This is an upside down car in the woods that you could easily miss. The dragon over looks it.
Some logos never fade. Roisin Markham 2011
These images are taken as is the only editing I did was reduce them in size.

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