Natural landscapes: the silent spring forest

LOUTH CONSERVATION AREA, JORDAN STATION, ONTARIO

Well, actually, it wasn’t fully silent. There were birds calling frequently. But it does look silent and contemplative, doesn’t it? As if it’s waiting for an explosion of spring growth.
I looked for some sort of focal point to highlight and give you a reason to enjoy this scene. The stump and fallen tree fit the bill nicely.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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