#ScenicSaturday 21/Jan/2023

These pictures are from January, though not this year. I share them here to show #ourworldiswonderful.
This shot is from the Forest of Dean and was taken with my second-hand iPhone in 2022. I love the way beech saplings cling to their autumn leaves throughout winter and shed them only as new leaf buds burst in spring.


Please comment, like, and share these to spread the joy of natural beauty to as many people as possible. It might persuade others to join the cause for nature and help fight the fast-approaching climate emergency and species extinctions.
These posts are weekly, but I also Tweet (unless Elon Musk makes the platform unusable for people who care about truth) one at the end of each day, with the hashtag #ourworldiswonderful, join me there if you wish.

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10 thoughts on “#ScenicSaturday 21/Jan/2023

  1. Pingback: #ScenicSaturday 21/Jan/2023 | In the Net! – Pictures and Stories of Life

    1. I guess that, as we can’t yet communicate with trees, Lynette, we’ll have to use our imagination. I like your idea. I was taught that they keep the old leaves until the new buds are ready to burst open, the old ones providing some sort of protective shield against the winter weather. Maybe both reasons apply!

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