Avalon Two: A trip to the woods.

It was a cold windy morning and we decided it would be a good idea to find the Spring that resides on Dundon Beacon. After a very short drive we found our way to that start of the nature reserve on which the beacon sits. Along a slippery and muddy path we journeyed onwards. Laura working out she had a hole in her wellies, yet we keep moving on. It was lovely to even truly come across this magical little clearing with a spring and a carved face in the tree, and a swing.

It was thanks to Rob Wildwoods book Magical Places that we found this place and I look forward to finding more Magical Places in our new county of Somerset.

And as it’s Sunday it’s quite apt that these images, although shot on my SLR, where all edited on my phone whilst we drove home.

As a freelance photographer I am available for photo assignments, creative portraits, photo journalism and much more.

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Gordon C Burns – Photography


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