Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Peace Valley Park, No. 9, Another Day in the Park

These pictures are from about eight days ago. I had an early morning breakfast meeting to go to that day after which I went to the park. The park in this case was Peace Valley Park near Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The morning was perfect sunny and just a nip cool when in the shade. I think the pictures will tell my story of awe better than words.






17 comments:

andrea said...

Beautiful and the top one is stunning. I love long roads like that.
Nice work!
a.

Camila Bernardes said...

I really love hte pictures you post there, they make me feel like I'm there. Wonderful. I hope you are fine, see you, take care.

Fred said...

It makes summer worth waiting for.

San Nakji said...

Again, loving the path shot!

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

Your first picture of the road, looks like our country roads here in Kentucky.

Cindy said...

beautiful photos.. that looks like a path I would love to follow, full of wonders at every turn. Some days are beyond description, and this looks like one of them :)

Cergie said...

I like flowered grass so much, and I wonder how are called these pretty birds...
I must type:
frtcj
It's me: cergie !

samrina said...

Beautiful pics, i just love flowers n greenery:)

Hope u doing fine there.

Takecare.

Minka said...

The pictures sure tell that a lovely walk was being had!
Look at the sky! No cloud! Amazing.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, andrea. It was a neat path. It actually was a paved walking and bike path that encircles the Peace Valley Reservoir. Thanks!

Thanks, aluadacbs. Glad it enables you to feel like your experiencing the locality from afar. Be well.

Hi, fred. It sure does. I love spring and summer.

Thanks, san nakji. You do like paths, don't you? :)

Hi, abandoned in pasadena. Thanks for the comparison.

Thanks, cindy. There was lots to see and enjoy.

Thanks, cergie. Nature was wonderful to me that day.

Thanks, samrina. Glad you enjoyed the scenery.

Thanks, minka. It was a beautiful morning. It clouded up by afternoon as I recall. It was a great walk.

christina said...

Ah, you've captured the atmosphere perfecty, as usual. Your photos always have such depth.

RubySoho said...

Wow amazing pictures! You leave me breathless, as always.

Ryan S. said...

Nice picture.

Nunzia said...

these are so gorgeous!

Ava said...

Terrific pictures! I love the greens and the shadows in the first picture. I can hear the birds singing and feel a breeze as I look down that road.

sage said...

I'm always drawn to roads like that first pic

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, christina. I try to have my pictures tell a story and/or replicate the feel of the experience.

Thanks, rubysoho. Glad I could give you such an enjoyable experience.

Thanks, ryan setliff. Isn't it neat what God provided for us to enjoy?

Thanks, ava, I'm glad I could communicate the atmosphere so well for you.

Thanks, sage. From other comments, you're not the only one who is drawn to such pictures.