Thursday, April 20, 2006

Along the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek, No. 2, Part 2, Wildflower Views

Last Saturday, I posted some of the animals, I saw as I hiked along the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek near Perkasie, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This here is from the same hiking trip but shows some of the wildflowers I enjoyed along the way. And for those who might be interested, my abstract art post of yesterday came from the upper left hand corner of the first picture.






12 comments:

San Nakji said...

Thank you for the link to the muskrat photos. They are amazing!

The place you live is wonderful too. It is a side of America that I never see. I am glad you could share it.

RubySoho said...

Wow, I especially love the first shot. I feel like runnung through there, holding hands with a friend.

Ginnie said...

There's nothing quite like wildflowers, growing whether people see or tend them or not! I love that about them. Just like God!

Cergie said...

There is "only" an ocean between our two countries, so some flowers grow here too in nature. So I took a photo this afternoon, and put it on my new blog with a view of showing them to Tim.
Will you find it again ?

Kanwar Gill said...

Thats excellent Photography, the colors and the contrast has come out really well ... kudos to you.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, san nakji. I'm glad I can give a you picture of America that you might not otherwise see. I also enjoy seeing some of New Zealand on your blog that I probably would not see otherwise, too.

Thanks, rubysoho. It would be a nice to carefully run through with a friend carefree.

Hi, ginnie. That's an interesting comparison that I haven't thought of before - that the wildflowers are there whether we see them or not just like God.

Thanks, cergie. As you probably already know I found your garden site again. The camélia was quite pretty. I'm honored that you took it specifically to show me.

Thanks, kanwar gill. Glad you enjoyed my photography. It was neat that you dropped by.

Asma said...

nice pics....thanks for sharing

TAKE CARE

Camila Bernardes said...

Hello, dear!!! How are you? I must thank you because you never forget me. I agree with you, maybe it was both, my hunger and me passing there.
I have time to check my blog but I'm not feeling in my best to post something in it, I'm also having nothing important to write, so, I'm here to thank you for everything.
Take care about yourself please. I miss you.

Camila Bernardes said...

Ahhhh, something! I love the wide there, I love the things there, and the pictures you take are always so wonderful.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, asma. Glad you enjoyed the pics and thanks for dropping by.

Hi, aluadacbs. Hope you're feeling better soon. Glad you enjoy my pics. As for posting, simple things can sometimes be the best posts.

Anonymous said...

hey, I know those flowers ;) great photos- I hope to see our trout lilies up within a week. I love it when the earth smiles in flowers.

Cindy (WoodSong)

Tim Rice said...

Hi, cindy. Sometimes it's neat to see flowers we recognize, huh? Anyway, I like your comparison of flowers as smiles from the earth. Thanks for coming by.