Wednesday, February 21, 2007

East Branch, Perkiomen Creek, No. 2

These are some more pictures from my Monday hike along the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek at the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy grounds.


An ice scene along a rocky bluff



More ice scenes along the rocky bluff



An iced-over creek



Snow drifts



A creek bank ice display



Greenery in Winter



A close-up view from the underside



The trail out

6 comments:

photowannabe said...

These are all great and I've enjoyed the whole series, but I especially like the last shot of the footprints in the snow.

Murf! said...

Very pretty pictures but I do have to get on organizing that trip to Tahiti for you and Sage. :-)

Ginnie said...

I agree with photowannabe--the last pic is my favorite. I am so there in my mind's eye!

Moi said...

nice pic...my fav. is the greenery in winter..it looks so incongruous and yet fits in right :)

San Nakji said...

Ooh, the creek bank photo is a keeper Tim! The snow seems to be late this year? Or am I just being an ignorant-no-snow-having-down-under-
liver?

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, photowannabe. These pictures can draw one's imagination powerfully and probably especially the last one.

Thanks, murf. I see my photos are staying too wintery for you. ;)

Thanks, ginnie. The mind is a powerful tool.

Thanks, moi. The greenery is a reminder that life stills exist.

Thanks, san nakji. The creek bank photo is neat! As for the snow, it's later than some years; but sometimes our biggest snows don't come till March and some years we don't have much snow if any.