We've been getting a lot of much-needed rain the past week, and the kids and I drove through a storm to go for walk this afternoon. We walked four miles along the greenway trail, while I annoyed them by stopping periodically to take pictures. But hey, I was the one with the car keys.
that knot rather looks like a gnome...face to the tree with his butt sticking out....maybe its just me....ReplyDelete
cool captures of the walk....i like the shroom in the tree too
That's funny - to me the knot looked like a sulky face coming out of the tree!Delete
You live in beautiful country!ReplyDelete
Thank you. It's a very lush area and I'm grateful for it.Delete
That sky looks like a painting! Amazing photo.ReplyDelete
The sky was astounding that day, although most of the time I was on the highway and couldn't get photos.Delete
good place to hike and take pictures. Now that this blog is public I should be able to get the RSS feed and therefore know when you have a new post. all the best.ReplyDelete
Yes, much simpler now.Delete
Great shotsm, I especially like the one of the fungi in the tree trunk.ReplyDelete
It looked like a little fairy cave to me.Delete
It looks like such a lovely place to take a walk in and take interesting pictures.ReplyDelete
Passei para uma visitinha.ReplyDelete
♥ Bom domingo! Boa semana!
Nothing wrong with a tree trunk with a huge knob on it. Makes it easier to climb.ReplyDelete
That place looks very familliar...do you live in Narnia?ReplyDelete
Haha I couldn't help my self
Shhh! I told you not to reveal my location!Delete
It's ok, most people mistake Narnia with middle earth...Delete
Well, then, I guess I'm safe.Delete
Looks like a beautiful walk and I love you pictures. Mushrooms are so awesome.ReplyDelete
There is something charming about mushrooms.Delete
Omg the textures!ReplyDelete
It takes an eye to see...
Thanks! Sometimes when the lighting is dim, the textures become even more interesting.Delete
Mushrooms are amazing and tasty, even though most folks think they are gross! I'm glad your boys still like to go on walks with you.ReplyDelete
Quite honestly, I don't like them cooked. Not the flavor, but the texture. I do love raw mushrooms, though.Delete
That looks like a great walk - with plenty of free food thrown in!ReplyDelete
I don't have nearly enough knowledge about wild mushrooms to know which are safe and which are poisonous, so I leave them be.Delete
I would love to walk here! Your pictures, as usual, are wonderful! I think the little mushroom in the tree is my favorite but all are worth framing.ReplyDelete
The one with the brothers together is priceless. I like that they are not moving at a fast pace, and how they are looking at the things around them... that you can tell that they are seeing.
They were deep in conversation at the time, which I am always happy to see.Delete
Beautiful walk! The trails where I walk are very dry lately. I guess we need some of that rain.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the photos. They are such a pleasure.
Ours had been until a couple of weeks ago. And this is a very green area.Delete
What a lovely walk. So many great images came out of it.ReplyDelete
The younger one is just as tall as the older one. I look forward to walks with my boys. Right now it's just and exercise in frustration. I end up carrying the baby - he hates the stroller if my arms are available and dragging the four year old.ReplyDelete
Almost - he's an inch shorter. I didn't enjoy walks with the kids when they were the ages of yours either. ut I promise that gets better!Delete