I like forests, especially in the mountains,
but I know there are places where forests are equally beautiful.
This forest grows on the sea coast
and the sea is visible in the distance behind the trees.
Often in the forest you will notice something particular,
for instance a tree with this trunk of fanciful shape...
... or your attention might be attracted by lovely colours, like this delicate greenness of the leaves barely developed.
Among dark tree trunks they look like greenish patches brightened with the sun.
And they will disappear the moment other leaves open out.
And here is Philip my little lad, a sweet boy-doll I created.
You may ask what he has to do with this beautiful forest above.
Well, he knows it quite well, he says.
If you would like to learn more about him and HIS stroll in this forest, just click here
I took the photos on Kawcza Góra (the Jackdaw Hill) in the Wolin National Park
in Międzyzdroje. The trees are beeches (Fagus silvatica).
I am sharing this post with "Through my lens No.42".