How Does Your Garden Grow ~ Welsh Wood Style
We spent the past weekend in the glorious country that is Wales.
It’s such a beautiful place and somewhere that makes me feel lighter and breathe easier just being there.
These are a few pics, that honestly don’t do justice to the beauty of the place, but show some of my favourite bits of our time in Wales.
I love this photo, it’s like Summer and Autumn collide.
There was a crazy amount of fungi around, these ones climbing up a fallen Silver Birch we’re rather impressive.
Some just looked gross, like the floopy squishy ones below.
And some were just teeny tiny perfect mushrooms.
I kinda fell in love with this old gas pump.
Among all the trees there were a fair amount of felled trees.
This one would make an amazing den, a few sticks and ferns to make the sides and BOOM a den is born. What’s even more impressive is that despite being uprooted, it’s still alive, thriving and growing at that wonky donk angle.
Isn’t nature super impressive?
This tree has almost totally returned to the earth, an impressive cycle of life.
Some trees had obviously been cut down for practical reasons, I stupidly decided to see what was under the bark, bugs, lots and lots of creepy crawly bugs *shudders*.
I think it’s easy to see nothing but browns at this time of year, but there’s little pops of colour still to be found.
Can you tell the boys loved all the leaves?
I love how nature is claiming back this disused building.
Obviously I can’t have an autumnal post without the obligatory pinecone shots, would be rather rude not to include them!
Until next time Wales!