A Red Deer Stag (Cervus elaphus), well-dressed in vegetation, observes his surroundings and domain. An artwork by AnnMarie Jones.
Sunlight streams in to an autumnal wooded ravine in waterfall country. A scene from Brecon Beacons National Park.
A bench with a view, a place full of peace and the warm caress of autumn sunshine.
Spotted these colourful autumn reflections yesterday evening, so jumped in the river to photograph them.. Low evening sun illuminates foliage above the river; in this autumnal scene.
Mellow romantic landscape in the Elan valley, with .. Soft autumn light & mist over Penygarreg and surrounding woodlands.
A Red Deer Stag (Cervus elaphus) comes into his prime; ready for the autumn rut. He stands proud amongst island moorland, with the south-west Wales countryside behind him.
Light can be scarce under the canopy; like many of us, this fern is trying to find some precious light. The play of light across the woodland floor is always something that draws my attention.
The peaceful and many toned landscape of a calm autumn day in southern Snowdonia.
Storm clouds brew over Moel Hebog and western Snowdonia. Inspired by a September view from Craig Cwm Silyn (a new artwork by AnnMarie in Digital Oils)
The Recyclers – A striking group of forest fungi on an old fallen tree trunk. Beautiful to see but please be cautious and don’t sample the fungi whilst you’re exploring the woods. For example, these might look like Woodtuft but I suspect they’re probably Funeral Bell (deadly poisonous).
Woodland Contrasts – early autumn, a great time to go exploring the beauty of our local woodland.
Some of the fantastic fruit & berry bounty of the local trees & shrubs – Guelder Rose Berries, Rose Hips, Apples, Blackberries.