Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Nantahala National Forest
My eyeballs are starved for that particular color of green you see when the sun is shining through a high forest canopy.
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Tagged as Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, nantahala national forest, Nature, photography, Western North Carolina
oh … I do so miss the season full of green and warmer weather.
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Sometimes winter seems longer than spring, summer and autumn added together!
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Yes, yes and yes. I could not agree more and this winter is one of the sometimes.
Adore this photo!
A big hug!
Thank you, Anna! Hugs to you too!
We have had enough winter here too, shoveling snow, being cold and this picture looks like heaven! 🙂
It was lovely! And hot. I remember stopping at a spring to splash some water on my face and let Bella get a drink.
I love the woodland paths!! Beautiful!
Me too! I miss all that green.
so… (deciduously i should have been thinkin) this pict wasn’t recent … neat/nice/prime-evil? forest !
Quite right – it’s from August. The forest people call it “old-growth virgin hardwood,” but “primeval” fits better I think. Some of the yellow poplars there are over 400 years old.
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