Limerick forest features a short boardwalk through some marshland, and here I'm highlighting one of it's gentle curves
Mushrooms are flowers of the forest. This particular one, while past it's prime, had a nice golden glow.
This tree was illuminated by a shaft of light that highlighted it's reddish bark against the green of the forest and the blue of the sky.
This native variety of clemantis was growing in profusion along the trail.
Leaves are favourite photography subjects, especially when they have droplets on them.
This creeper reminded me of a garland and seemed to decorate this tolerant tree.