Return to the Sculpture Trail

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  1. Keitha says:

    Glad you had a more successful visit to sculpture trail this time. It looks like a lovely place to explore. #CountryKids

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I love forest walks like this. I hadn’t seen your previous post so i”ll have to go find it now. I particularly like the mushroom photos. I love finding little mushrooms – they are always so delicate looking. Nature is amazing! Thanks for sharing. #CountryKids

  3. Pamela says:

    Gosh, the girls are both getting so tall! This looks like such a fun walk – it’s always better to have things to look for and climb on to keep little legs motivated to keep going. Love the photographs. #countrykids

  4. Laura says:

    Oh I have to say I do love a good sculpture train in the woods. We are lucky to have one near us and it makes for such a simple and wonderful day out with the kids
    Just popping over from #countrykids
    Laura x

  5. Helena says:

    It sounds like a lot has gone into the sculptures and they fit in well with their surroundings. I find it fascinating how nature takes over things. #CountryKids

  6. I love seeing large scale sculptures likes this in a natural setting. Raw is amazing, and I love the deer and the railway sleepers. What a wonderful walk x #countrykids

  7. I think this might be the best sculpture trail I have seen. I do love the history behind each one, it gives them a purpose and somehow makes them fit in a landscape otherwise alien to their materials. So please you actually found the sculptures this time instead of creating your own trail – though that had it’s own adventures. I wonder when you will find your way back to uncover that last illusive sculpture?

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

  8. Jo says:

    We’ve done this trail and it is a lot of fun. You are right though some of them are tricky to find! Always good to have a reason to go back. #Countrykids

  9. So glad you got to go back and I love the idea of the sculptures going back to nature #CountryKids

  10. So glad you managed to go back and visit the remaining sculptures. I love the way they’re designed to return to nature. I like the look of Raw and the Iron Road and my girls would love the super sized fir cone and acorn cups 🙂 #countrykids

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