Today I am delighted to join the LLB gang's new Nature Friday blog hop, and take you on a late autumn stroll through an ancient woodland in the grounds of Drum Castle.
Do please come and enjoy the walk with me. Humans will need a stout pair of shoes, as the path is a wee bit muddy in places. But it is not a long distance, just over a mile I believe, and any inclines are quite gentle, so most of my friends, even those of more senior years, should manage it.
Let's get going!
Or should that be sniffing?
Do you like a yellow and golden carpet of birch leaves?
Or maybe you prefer a more monochrome bed of beech?
Myself, I think the grass dappled with wobbly edged oak leaves is the prettiest ground covering!
The walk ends in a small pine plantation
With a fine view over the Aberdeenshire countryside.
I do hope you enjoyed my outing today. I am now looking forward to reading all the other Nature Friday posts.