Growing Root Tip of Corn (x50 light microscope) – showing protective root cap and apical meristem.
Signpost & mountain landscape from Precipice Walk, near Dolgellau. A glorious early December morning and an easy local walk that I highly recommend if you’re in the area.
Stately, even when bare of their leaves. Beauty in day & night – sculpted by nature’s grace. Home-givers, to so many different creatures. Life-givers, especially for us humans.
Above Capel Curig – The nightly frost begins to thaw in morning’s golden sunlight. Meantime, mists meander across Llynnau Mymbyr and the Snowdon Horseshoe stands tipped with snow.
Misty Morning Crossing – Morning mists & sunshine make for a dreamy view of the Dyfi footbridge near Machynlleth.
The warm light of late autumn sun and the twisting track ahead – hugged by the friendly forest trees. A pleasant course for an autumn wander.
Luxuries – Italian Coffee & dark chocolate whilst enjoying the winter sun at the summit of Waun-oer.
The Old Quarry Path – artwork & poem by AnnMarie.
Autumn & Winter mingle together in Dyfi Forest. Warm forest hues & frozen mountain snow.
A Great Moonwell on Moonshae – birthplace of the Druid / Paladin “Mysty”.
Milking Bonnet fungi (Mycena galopus) growing from the leaf litter of the dull damp woodland floor. A lantern by which the woodland fairies might see their way.
Rush-hour Puffballs – Stump Puffballs (Lycoperdon pyriforme) clustered on the root stump of a fallen tree; all jostling for position like commuters during rush-hour.