National forest in winter

I live on the edge of the National Forest and we have been in the grip of winter until last night. These pictures all taken with Fuji X-T1 and

Fuji X-Pro 1.

National Forest tender scheme sign on a frosty morning.
National Forest tender scheme sign on a frosty morning.
Edge of a National Forest planting scheme on a frosty morning.
Edge of a National Forest planting scheme on a frosty morning.
Hoar frost on a rabbit fence in the National Forest.
Hoar frost on a rabbit fence in the National Forest.
Oak leaves with a Hoar frost frill.
Oak leaves with a Hoar frost frill.
A plantation in the National Forest on a frosty morning.
A plantation in the National Forest on a frosty morning.
A plantation in the National Forest on a frosty morning.
A plantation in the National Forest on a frosty morning.
A Hoar frost on grass in the National Forest.
A Hoar frost on grass in the National Forest.
Hoar frost on last seasons thistle stems.
Hoar frost on last seasons thistle stems.
Hoar frost on a wild carrot stem
Hoar frost on a wild carrot stem
Edge of the unknown.
Edge of the unknown.
Freezing fog over arable fields.
Freezing fog over arable fields.
Freezing fog over arable fields.
Freezing fog over arable fields.
Winter whites.
Winter whites.
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23 thoughts on “National forest in winter”

  1. Wonderful images, all! I especially like the thistle stems and winter whites. And you taught me something new: hoar frost. Never heard that term before. Now I feel compelled to cozy up to my fireplace 😉

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