For me, this image is straight out of an Enid Blyton novel. It’s the real enchanted forest.
In fact, it’s the RSPB reserve at Fairburn Ings captured one cold winter’s morning. I love how the mist is settling across the landscape, muting winter’s colours and textures. The concealed pathway offers an air of intrigue, and, for me, the entire image is shrouded in mystery. I’m waiting for life to show itself – whether it is a bird in the trees or a rabbit among the leaves.
This post continues this week’s Yorkshire theme here at Taraji Blue – where we celebrate our favourite experiences, photos and places from our homeland.
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