Monday, April 03, 2006

A Forest Walk

... with not another soul in sight this time. Lonely but rewarding.

















12 comments:

sirreene said...

Nature from a skewed perspective?

GEL said...

Hmmmm! On Fri, I spent the morning photographing tree tops, bark, majestic branches twisting their arms towards the enigmatic sky... All aspects of trees fascinate me, especially old trees. I love to photograph and paint them. They have their own language; I bet you know that. ;)

I turn my camera every which way, too! You will not be able to convince me that is another Virgoan trait, although you have my permission to try.

Perfect Virgo said...

Sirreene - was I being arty or did I just keel over at the vital moment? You be the judge! Actually I put my knee in a puddle for my toubles.

SilvermOOn - Hmmmm indeed! You snapped my snaps! Tree talk is my mother tongue, I knew you knew that. ;-)

When I next revise my character assassination list pointed cameras are on there for sure. Don't try to stop me, virgos know best!!

RuKsaK said...

I am in desperate need of a walk like that. I really am.

Cocaine Jesus said...

I watched a programme on TV on Friday evening (I think) about The New Forest. An amazing place. I camped there many years ago (NO Sirreene in a tent camp, OK?). Beautiful, beautiful place.

GEL said...

I don't think a bulldozer could stop you, PV! :) Although, I think your time woud be better spent shooting more intriquing photos or writing more delicious prose than revising that Virgoan list; however, one Virgo suggesting to another could result in a derailment...or decipering the magenta coded brick road.

NMAMFQLMSH said...

Not only do I wish I could have walked through the forest with you but also by the shore.
I see you and some great pictures too,
JJ

Perfect Virgo said...

Ruk - cool and green and quiet, therapeutic.

CJ - yes we see many happy campers arriving in the summer months!

SilvermOOn - spoken like a trouper. I should ditch that list and make another but we rely on lists to live don't we? ;-)

Off the rails and up the embankment would be scary! Jumping colour-coded Oz wizards!

JJ - boy am I lucky to have the trees and the sea and the wildlife, even if I have to walk alone.

finnegan said...

I've gotta get my butt out of the house---ride some train up into the Alps and walk around till I find my Heidi Ho'.

Thanks for sharing your gallivanting.

Perfect Virgo said...

Finn - a funicular feast sounds grand! Just the thing to shake off the melancholy and leave it sprawling in (Finnegan's) wake.

boulies said...

Where have I been? I haven't been keeping up with your newest excursions. I love the english countryside and really enjoy your photos. Thanks!

Perfect Virgo said...

Boulies - I have been getting out and about lately and my camera makes a good travelling companion.