Tuesday, January 02, 2007

The path through the wood



One of my most surprising discoveries in the summer of 2006 was the public footpath through the wood next to the river Line - see link here for map (the path is just above the 'i' in 'Whatlington'). A very beautiful, tranquil place with willows and alders, and the bruise blue beautiful demoiselle damsel flies, Calopteryx virgo, flittering from bush to bush. Strangely it isn't marked as a wood on the map, though it looks ancient and shows up in aerial photos.

It led to a wide enclosed field rich in flowers - more of that in another posting

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The labels you're adding to your posts aren't being separated. I think you may need to add a comma between terms or something similar.

Cliff said...

Patrick, your map link doesn't seem to work.