How do you set the scene for this picture? Is the mood tense or serene? Is this a quiet, loving scene? Are the woods a threatening place or a comfortable hiding place? Are they running from someone? Are they on a pleasant outing and stopped for lunch?
You set the scene and the mood by getting inside the point of view character's head, feelings, and thoughts. What are they doing in the woods? Who is the point of view character? The child? The woman? Is the woman the child's mother, grandmother or nanny? Has she stolen the child?
You can't determine this by looking at the scene from the outside and describing what you see. You have to become the point of view character and see the scene through her eyes.
How do you choose which character is the point of view character? You don't decide. Rather, which one is calling you? Write from her point of view. If it isn't flowing, write from the other character's point of view. Have fun!