Weekly Photo challenge

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Espoo Manor House and Park. One of my favorite sites for walkabouts. I love the ocean, but in the old forest with small ponds and lakes, there is hardly any wind. The tall trees create an ideal place for a short hike in any weather. This spot is a special one.

During early winter and late spring this little river is filled with ice bells and sculptures.

If I am feeling stressed or tired before my little photographic tour – it all disappears when you see the landscape that might easily have a wood elf camouflaged to the scenery.

Ref. Weekly Photo Challenge of  The Daily Post: Dense

 

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