Updated: Jan 5
We all need time to re-connect, re-energise and re-ignite our passions. For some time I have been inspired by ancient woodlands, nature and all its wonders. Yesterday, a friend shared with me a mystical and magic location abundant in natural beauty. One of the largest areas in Scotland contains ancient woodland that's also a haven for wildlife. I was in my element taking photographs, listening to the birds singing and the water rapidly flowing past. It's times like these when you can stop, think and take a breath for the ever-growing fast-paced world that we live in. Here's what you might not know about trees and celebrities.
The Base of The Grandmother Yew Tree ©MDHarding
Back To Your Roots
Benefits of Trees
Have you ever imagined where we would be without trees? What the landscape would look like and what about the air that we breathe?
Discover the inner language of the tree and their murmurs of past wisdom on a tour with Celtic Trails Scotland.
See ancient monuments, Celtic groves and stone carvings.
Celtic Stone ©MDHarding
The Queen and Sir David Attenborough On The Queen's Trees
Watch the duo in the one off documentary. Hailed as being adorable and in some places quite funny.
Dame Judi Dench: My Passion for Trees
Everything you need to know about Dame Judi Dench's love for trees (and champagne). 🥂
Are you looking to escape or volunteer? Have you heard about Project Roots?
Situated in rural Portugal, with an opportunity to visit the Serra da Estrela Mountain Range, Holy Mountain and only a two hour drive to the beach.
I hope you have enjoyed reading as much as I have enjoyed writing, and inspired to get back to your roots. Happy Travels:) x