River Frome, Stroud

Obscured from a main road turned into a dead end lane follows a narrow footpath inclined towards a wildlife corridor stretch of shimmering River Frome. This is such a small but long river, some fifty miles down on same side of this very embankment I’d previously lived with a friend in Eastville, Bristol for two months (as a five year old) between years of 16-17.

I wish her well and hope she’s doing OK now. The ice crystal formation in the clouds (pictured above) was awesome and did I appreciate the leafy narrow windings of this crouched ramble through verdant overgrowth; despite getting stung numerous times on my ankles by nettles!

And passing through darkness into light is a portal in itself, especially when cast upon such abundance of life.

By | 2017-09-08T10:04:42+00:00 May 21st, 2017|Atmospheric, Geographical, Photography, Rainbow, River|0 Comments

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