Winter Collection: North Devon Woodland

I thought I would gather up some of my tree memories from around the North Devon Coast for you to enjoy. I have tried to show a good variety from different places and different times of the year.  But I have also been  selective in the type of image I have chosen, so they would be coherent and hang together as a whole.

Season’s Greetings everyone!


Thanks trees!

About throughstones

I am primarily a visual artist, living on the North Devon coast, a beautiful semi-rural area in South West England. I am interested in full engagement with 'place' and the eternal movement of life - particularly as it relates to what we call 'the natural environment'.
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3 Responses to Winter Collection: North Devon Woodland

  1. flandrumhill says:

    Just gorgeous. Thank you indeed to the trees for posing and to you Linda for putting together such a beautiful collage of photographs.


    • Thanks so much Amy-Lynn. It occurred to me to share all the beauty and pleasure I had received. I always feel instantly at peace when I am close to trees, no matter how bad I had been feeling before! I am sorry to be such an erratic blogger these days, but I hope to do more. Also – I have been checking over my email notifications and the Reader, as I don’t think your posts are reaching me. Or perhaps I just need a new pair of glasses… lots of good wishes…


  2. To Kristina
    Thank you very much for looking at my blog and following it. I hope you enjoy my pictures, which are usually about wild nature in places near where I live. I have heard of Horrid Henry books, but not read any of them yet. They sound good fun!


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