Daniel Greenwood

The language of leaves

6 Responses to “Sweet chestnut coppice, King’s Wood”

  1. bookishnature

    Thank you so much, Daniel!

    What a wonderful photo! Magical light and sky and the reaching trees – so many channels drawing me into the scene; upward towards the sky, onward along the paths – and earthward where the whole scene is kind of gathered together by the reflections within the circular, water-filled hollow… And all drawing me back into many lovely memories too! Perfect! 🙂


  2. bookishnature

    Magical! By the way, I meant to mention before – the only time I ever saw and heard a golden oriole, like the one pictured on your avatar, was in one of my favourite Kentish woodlands!

    • D. Greenwood

      You are very lucky indeed! I’ve only ever heard them, though that is all I wanted, in Central France and Northern Spain. What an incredible voice.


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