Sutton Heath Woodland 2 & Photos and Poetry 33 – The Oak


I am currently doing my 2nd 366, it’s another leap year; posting ( not taking!) at least 1 photo every day. My last one was in 2012

There will certainly be variety

This is number 304

I have been away for a few days in my camper van in Suffolk, photographing both the coast and nearby forestry.  So the next couple of weeks will feature photos from this area. 


You can find my other posts with a trees tag by clicking here 

You can find the others in my Photos and Poetry series by clicking here


beneath the Oak tree (1 of 1)



Live thy Life,
Young and old,
Like yon oak,
Bright in spring,
Living gold;


Then; and then
Gold again.

All his leaves
Fall’n at length,
Look, he stands,
Trunk and bough
Naked strength

by Alfred Lord Tennyson


If you don’t already know my other blog 1500 Saturdays I hope you’ll pop over and take a look, though I don’t post much these days here     



2 thoughts on “Sutton Heath Woodland 2 & Photos and Poetry 33 – The Oak

  1. This is a nice shot.
    I have noticed lots of acorns this year and then found out through the power of Autumnwatch that this year is a mast year! They went on to explain how and why mast years occur and it was fascinating! All Oak trees across the UK synchronise their mast years and they weren’t too sure how that is achieved… Nature is so full of wonder…
    Keep safe out there and have a great weekend
    Best wishes
    Mr C 🙂

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