Another Sunday walk taking photos for inspiration. Today was Redburn Park in Belfast overlooking Belfast Lough and the Famous Harland and Wolfe Shipyard were the ill fated Titanic was built.
By land sea and air. Plane coming into land at Belfast City Airport and the Stenna HSS Ferry sitting at dock waiting for it’s trip to Scotland.
Further along the Lough Side is Holywood, that’s our Holywood, and it was there first
Right, you know where I talking about now. Here’s some of the beautiful Beech and other trees in the Park.
I saw at least 5 rafts where fallen Beech have regrown.
This one was falling but was saved by surrounding trees and remains healthy even with half the roots out of the ground.
There was a lot of deadwood on the ground and this was encouraging many types of Fungi.
Some other trees that caught my eye.
My usual collection of nebari and root shots
Loads of paths in every direction leave you wandering what’s around the next corner.
And a few natural deadwood features, a hollow trunk and a uro.
After looking at all these, you’ll feel as if you were with me and in Stephen’s case, he was