Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Hallo Bill, mooie foto weer en een goed gevonden plekje in de natuur.Fijne week en groetjes van je blogmaatje Kees.
I think I can smell it!Not a fan of the woods, but I love the smell.Bet you´d be pleased with our weather, 17C, brrrr... ;-)
That must be a very fine carpet indeed.
That feels very soft when walking over, like a real tapestry!
I wonder how it feels to walk on that tapestry.
...a wonderful sight!
That soil must get pretty acidic. Nice to walk on though and the fragrance is wonderful.
Hello Bill.Here we have a lot of Pine trees and you can see everywhere pine needles!Lovely picture! Have a nice day! Stay safe!Dimi...
beautiful surroundings in the woods.
How wonderful. Why do they lose the needles on lower branches?God bless.
Lush and green beyond those trees.Haven't walked on pine needles for years.
Stillness - True Grass Roots Cheers
Hi Bill.That often smells nice the pine needles.Greeting from Patricia.
Here in Georgia, USA, we have a lot of tall pine trees. We use pine straw around our plants to help keep weeds away and to hold in moisture during the dry months, and to keep the roots warm during the cold months.
I love to hear them crunch when you walk on them.
If I close my eyes I can smell that rich earthy scent.
Pine and spruce needles take a long time to decay.
Un buen lugar para caminar y disfrutar,Bonita la foto,feliz día.Saludos
The stumps of the parent trees have weathered a while since they were harvested, so those pine needles have been waiting for you to walk on them since before then.
Very pretty. I'd like to take a walk there. Must smell great!
Pine needles can smell so good, MB
I can feel that cushiony walk under my feet!
Hello, Love the trees, the pink needles feel like walking on cushions.Take care, Enjoy your day!
Not so different from some spots here.
Buena muestra de la Naturaleza, que hoy has querido compartir.Besos
It must smell very good there.
Pine needles make a soft surface to walk on, but other plants have a hard time with the acid they contribute to the soil.
I can imagine the feel underfoot, and the smell . . . and generally the silence.
Nice and soft to walk on!
Looks a lovely place to walk …All the best Jan
Never seen before. Looks nice.
Pine needles are apparently good ground cover for gardens anyway but sadly they activate my hayfever.
A soothing location and pampering the sense of smell with the distinctive aroma of pine trees ....Have a nice week, Bill.
Very little grows under pine trees. It is always interesting In such an area.