The water flowed under the Gulley Bridge as Fate walked over it on our way into the woods.
The sun was setting an hour later when we got back to the farm. And as we approached the bridge, I was surprised to see a few inches of water rushing over the planks of wood.
I wouldn’t have expected such a drastic change in the amount of water in the stream in such a short amount of time, even with all the snow that melted today from the weekend storm.
It makes me think of how little I know about what goes on, in the woods behind the farm.
4 thoughts on “In The Woods”
I thought of you when I saw a short article in our Botanical Garden Spring/Summer series.
It is about the practice of Shinrin-Yoku!!
It involves “bathing in the atmosphere of the forest thru mindful engagement of the senses!! It’s origin is Japanese!!
It sounds so peaceful and healing!!
We all seem to need something like this in our upside down world!!
Thank you for all you and Jon do
Oh I’ve heard about his Cathy. And I’ve thought that’s just what I do without knowing it was something to “do”. It’s really interesting. I’m going to have to read more about it. Thanks!
I immediately saw a forest cathedral when I saw this photo. Beautiful!
That’s just what it felt like Barbara!