Oh my! This is my idea of heaven! What a magnificent place to go and stroll around! I always feel so rejuvinated after being surrounded by trees like this - I think it's essential to our well-being.Those macaroons are very goodlooking - very tricky to make I bet! P.S.Yes! I love that cartoon too (Lassie get help!) - being a hopeless New Yorker cartoon addict I know exactly the one you mean!
MAGICAL walk in the woods, Sarah.. thank you! :o) And your latest macarons look so good... pistachio? Happy Week ((HUGS))
Snap - I've got trees and ferns in today's post too!!
Great photos of a ferny wood. Our weather is never humid and rainy enough to result in such a mossy place. Plus I doubt I'd ever see a man wandering along though the forest with his hands clasped behind his back. People from the U.S. seem to stomp along, jog or trudge with a pack...no thoughtful meandering here.
thank you for this mysterious shadow embraced journey.with cookies at the end.my darling, you thought of everything!
Lovely woodland visit, oh and macaroons too!
I love the photos, especially that huge old tree, which is very impressive! (and the bat plaque)And your macaroons look delicious. And they do look at home -- kind of like freshly harvested puffball fungus.
Love macaroons but never thought of making them. Must check out a few recipes.
super pics, where is that wood or is a secret!!!!
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