Sometimes you cannot see the trees for the wood, so go lose yourself inside, lose yourself in the little details. The tiny cities of lichen that make a map of a weather-beaten hunk of rock. The sticky slow bleed of glistening sap oozing from a tree trunk. Old rusted railings casting striped shadows on a slab of quarry stone. The delicate skeletal fronds of a desiccated fern.
I know what you're thinking. How romantic.
Seriously. Find your piece of nature, even be it just a scrap, and dig deep. Crawl through the silent undergrowth. Get your knees muddy, your shins barked and your back bent. Go deep into the overgrown. Explore...
Shot with the 18 f/2 - 35 f/1.4 - 56 f/1.2 and X-Pro1, X-E2 and X100
Processed in Lightroom 6
This is Wales. Parts of it have a dark sort of beauty, if you stray from the path.