You're in for a big surprise.
If you go down to the woods today,
You'll hardly believe your eyes.
Here we have a relatively new species to the British woodlands. Since it was first introduced from it's native urban environment it has been breeding rapidly and can be spotted frequently at any time of the year. The best place for spotting the wild Shopping Trolley is usually in thick shrubs but here it is relaxing in a brook.
Next we have the Burned Out Moped. Here it is basking in one of its favourite locations. A frequent visitor to our British ditches it also enjoys other wetland areas such as this stream.
The old tyre is a firm countryside favourite, just as much at home in local woodland as it is in the inner-city. This fine specimen wandered deep into the local woods and it may have become lost.
Next I managed to capture two separate piles of litter. Extremely popular in all habitats, litter has managed to spread the world over carrying itself in backpacks, pockets, shopping bags, indeed anywhere it can hide. It's human host, upon discovering that it has litter hiding in it's clothing or baggage develops a sudden urge to discard it as quickly as possible. This clever evolutionary technique has helped litter to propagate rapidly all over the world. It is a true evolutionary wonder.
Lastly I want to present my most impressive specimen, the Burnt Out Car. Just how this specimen got into the river is a truly vexing enigma. Unfortunately it burnt and seriously damaged an oak tree but I had to put aside my sentimentality to marvel at this sight.
Look at the beautiful waterfall it has created as it dams up the river.
I think these pictures are proof that our youth and our couch potatoes are getting up from their TVs and video games to get outside and enjoy the environment a little more these days.