Copper Wood of Thrunton
About three weeks ago, I talked a little about beech leaves still clinging to their branches during winter and how their copper-coloured leaves loom out from the dark backdrop of shady woodland. They make great photos:
Interestingly, the woodland floor at Thrunton Wood is still overspread with brown leaves…everywhere! They haven’t yet rotted away since the leaf fall of autumn. And, in just the right light, the many cinnamon, chestnut, and copper-coloured leaves again make for some wonderful photos.
The tangled branch above reminded me of my walk through My Tangled Dene last week: lots of twisted and snarled twigs and branches.