Stour Wood, Wrabness, Essex, spring
RM Rights Managed
Visual Size @300ppi
Stour Wood; River Stour; Stour Valley; Wrabness; Essex; Manningtree; Harwich; Woodland Trust; Woodland; Wood; Woods; Open Woodland; Spring; Flowers; Wild Flowers; Wildflowers; Anemone; Wood Anemone; Anemone Nemorosa; Ranunculaceae; Trees; Leaves; Stour; IPSV1566; IPSV5263; IPSV1098; IPSV5219; IPSV0015; IPSV5054; IPSV2573; IPSV2576; Conservation; Environment; Visitor Attraction; Walks; Open Air; Relax; Relaxation; Fallen Tree; Tree Root; Storm Damage
A carpet of wood anemones (anemone nemorosa) family ranunculaceae in spring of 2006 in Stour Wood, Wrabness, Essex. Situated on the River Stour estuary between Manningtree and Harwich, this popular visitor attraction is owned and managed by the Woodland Trust. The fallen tree has been deliberately left untouched to help insects and bugs to flourish.
Derek And Pam Metson
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