A Natural Arch

Went for another wander in one of my favourite places this morning, and got an image of a natural arch

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here


  1. Beautiful light at the end of the tunnel, Sue.
    Wishing you a relaxing Sunday. x

  2. Ah, I call those ‘a leafy glade’. Nice to see one.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Ah yes, I love that arch, found by adventurous Sue 🙂

  4. Perfection! Is the arch carved by nature or was there a human intervention Sue? Either way it’s quite beautiful. The light you’ve captured is wonderful

    • Sue

      I have no idea whether it is entirely natural, but I’m pretty sure it is! I love the light there in the early morning if the sun is out

  5. It looks as if it might lead to a fairy land of some sort. Reminds me of a shot I could have used for this challenge, too. But mine’s quite different as you know! 🙂


  6. So you did, and very nice too 🙂 🙂 Far be it from me to complain, because I’ll have Jude down on me like a ton of bricks, but it was far too hot for my morning walk today. I was glad to get home 🙂

  7. Shadows, sunshine and trees …. takes some beating 😀

  8. Amy

    What a beautiful natural arch! Beautifully captured, Sue. Love the light through the arch. 🙂

  9. A gorgeous spot, Sue. A great shot for a fairytale story.

  10. A most inviting pathway Sue. Can you get down there?

    • Sue

      It’s actually up a bit, and there’s a narrow earth and stone path off the road where I can get a reasonable way until it becomes impassable for the wheelchair because of the gradient and the tree roots….but I’m happy I can see some of the countryside! Soon it will be off limits when the rain and bad weather create too much slippery mud. But I’ll be back next year

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