In the final instalment of my photos from the beautiful Revelin Moss Gill trail at Whinlatter Forest, I am very happy to share with you one of my favourite elements of a good, woodland walk: a bubbling, flowing stream! The sound alone of natural running water is calming enough, but being able to wander over and along a river, brook or stream is the best medicine for stress in my opinion! (That, or a good walk along the beach!)
The first little bridge and a shallow, bubbling stream below it. The water was cool to the touch and there were pebbles of all different shapes, sizes and colours. I love those beautiful, deep green ferns which are anchored below the bridge there. I could have happily sat here all day!
Just some of the pretty little steps and rocky pathways throughout the trail, My favourite one is the middle picture - this little bridge stretched across a small brook and the way the sunlight was streaming through the trees overhead just looked so pretty to me!
A tiny little ladybug which was crawling all over the information sign at the beginning of the trail!
All of the little streams we passed, some with lots of vegetation around them, others very shallow and calming to sit by.
The map of the trail, some information and a dedication plaque for the opening of an orienteering trail which was opened there too. I always find it interesting to find out more about the area too.
The mountain view in the distance towards the end of the trail and some pretty grasses which were growing all along the trail.
As it's Friday that means I'm linking up with the lovely Jen from Pierced Wonderings. If you want to you can click her blog name and add your own amazing photos to the party!
Have a lovely weekend all!