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An oak branch provides a home for funghi, lichen and moss. The bracken may be dead, but a few evergreen ferns grow on a mossy bank on Grimes Brook.
Following on from the Autumn images below, some more HDR images of the wood in winter.
A gallery of colour-enhanced images of the wood in autumn. (For the technically minded, these have been created as HDR images from three separate exposures).
Over the summer, I have created a new section on Trees and Shrubs in the wood. You can find it here.
Some trees just don’t want to come down easily….
Captured yesterday on the Blue Trail at Brook Glade (West). Only had my pocket camera, so quality not up to usual standard!
More Trailcam footage, including badgers, owls and muntjacs.
The current heatwave has brought out a mass of butterflies. As well as the regular explosion of Ringlets, Meadow Browns and Whites, there are also a large number of Purple Hairstreaks, often seen as a small grey butterfly flying higher … Continue reading
During winter 2017/8, woodland contractors worked on projects to diversify the wildlife habitats in the wood. At the east end of the wood, a number of poorly grown trees each side of the track leading northwards from the metal gate … Continue reading