Winter Wonderland at Springtime
Since, as reported yesterday, winter returned this weekend for one last hurray, I took the chance to go hiking in the snowy winterwoods one more time. And of course, I also took some photos. The location is once again the Westermark forrest near Syke in North West Germany, familiar from earlier snowy forrest photo posts.
I also saw some deer and a woodpecker, but unfortunately, I was not quick enough to photograph them.
So take a look at what March looks like in the Westermark woods:
Snow frosted winter woods
The branches were so heavily frosted with snow, that they turned many of the paths into a curious fairtale wonderland.
Close-up of some snow-frosted branches
The pine trees hung heavy with snow as well.
The “witch house” for once looks really like a witch’s home.
Barely fifty meters from where I parked my car and yet it looks like Narnia.
A snow-frosted tree at the edge of the woods.
A snow-covered woodland idyll with a bench in the snowy woods.
Snow-frosted trees frame the field in the centre of the forrest
A look out across the snowy fields stretching beyond the forrest.
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