Park Wood Stars

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0659

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0659

Staying Local

Staying local is key to reducing the pandemic.  So visiting Park Wood down the road is the perfect place for a walk with a camera.  It is small wood but each spring it comes to life with a sea of white stars filling the gaps between the coppiced trees

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0496

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0496

Like the universal cosmos most of stars here occur in clumps.  But now and again a space opens up with smooth homogeneous distribution of stars.

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0680

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0680

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0506

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID K2A0506

The stars shine when backlit in the morning or afternoon.  It is a shame that after opening in the morning they always look the other way.

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_9200

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_9200

And finally…

There is always one much taller than the others.

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_9253

Wood Anemones – Park Wood, Wells, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_9253

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2 Responses

  1. Pat Steele says:

    Fantastic weren’t they, last year as well. I found some pink ones there too.

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