Saturday, February 24, 2007

An Early Morning Hike at Peace Valley Park

This morning between about 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. I went for a hike at Peace Valley Park near Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was cold; I could barely take my hands out of my pockets to take pictures. But it was a good time of enjoying the outdoors and peaceful solitude.


Part of Lake Galena at Peace Valley Park



A section of the North Branch of the Neshaminy Creek
that feeds into Lake Galena



A snow and ice covered trail



Another Section of the North Branch
of the Neshaminy Creek



And another Section of the North Branch
of the Neshaminy Creek



A frozen snow and ice covered trail going back



Frozen footprints close up

7 comments:

Moi said...

a very different view of snow n ice.........the buish tinge of early morning lends such beauty to the shots ....have a great weekend!!! :)

photowannabe said...

Your shots should be titled Solitude. The pictures give the feel of quietness and invigorating air.

Murf! said...

I hope you were able to find an open area to enjoy what looked like a pretty sunrise.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, moi. My favorite shot is the top one of a portion of the lake.

Thanks, photowannabe. Solitude would be a good title for this series. :)

Hi, murf. I'm afraid that morning there was not a place to see the sunrise. The hills on the other side of the creek along with the trees prevented that.

Ginnie said...

I am SOOOOO glad the cold has been there for awhile, Tim. We need it to kill all the bugs, right? :)

Cergie said...

Incredible too ! You're living in an incredible country !
My camellias are full blossomed
Spring is coming earlier than last year (I took a ladybug photograph on a rose bush this morning)

Tim Rice said...

Hi, ginnie. I think you are right. Plus certain trees like apple trees need the cold to bear fruit the next summer.

Thanks, cergie. It sure does sound like you are living in a different climate than I am.