The Pathless Wood



Paper size: 26 x 15cm

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A cluster of trees on a Welsh hillside create their own micro woodland. Too small to accommodate a pathway, this pathless wood has the beauty of all wild places.  The charm of uncultivated trees in an unspoiled environment.

There’s a sense of freedom you feel when you are in the Welsh hills. Rough ground and wide horizons make space for deep breaths and deep thought. Getting away from noise and bustle, and into the calm spaces of nature is the best antidote to the overwhelm of daily life. Share the landscape with these trees and experience the quiet energy that restores the sound.

The opening line of George Gordon Byron’s poem, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage reads:  “There is a pleasure in the pathless woods”. And he explains that “I love not Man the less, but Nature more”.   This pathless wood is just such a place. Nature enfolds and entices there.  It’s wildness exhilarates and yet, it is also a place where I feel grounded by my closeness to the unspoiled world.

If you enjoy big views in wild places imagine this painting on your wall, or it could be the perfect gift for any tree lover


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