Sunday, April 22, 2007

An Afternoon hike on the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek

Yesterday afternoon I went hiking along the East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek at the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy Headquarters near Schwenksville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It was a beautiful, warm, sunny day with the high in the seventies degrees Fahrenheit. Some of the photos are not quite as good as some times due to taking the hike in the afternoon rather than early morning or late afternoon/evening. But they still announce "Spring is here!" :)

Some beautiful white wildflowers larger than life

A forest scene with two decaying trunks

Some blue wildflowers

A tiled photo of some yellow wildflowers

A bluebell

A single leaf on the sandy Perkiomen Creek Bank

More white wildflowers

Purple buds


Murf! said...

Aaah, winter must be finally over. I guess that trip to Tahiti will have to wait. ;-)

talj said...

Beautiful flower shots, looks like you had a lovely walk :o)

Paige said...

Very nice. Our wild flowers have been in bloom, some are dying back already.

sage said...

Spring is here! but I still want to go to Tahiti on Murf's expense

Tim Rice said...

Hi, murf. You don't get off that easily! Sage and I still hold you to your promise. ;)

Thanks, talj. It was a lovely walk. :)

Thanks, paige. It has been an unusually cold April for us here in Southeastern Pennsylvania except for the past couple days. Spring was late coming here.

Hi, sage. I agree. :)

Charley Pitchford said...

Tim, as always, I love your photos, and your blog inspires me.

Moi said...

i have been waiting for these from ur corner of the country....beautiful, spring-y shots....:)
Out here, we r gonna hit Summers soon..:)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, charley pitchford. You are welcome here anytime. :)

Thanks, moi. The past few days have been wonderful spring-like here in the 70s and 80s; now it's suppose to go back into the 60s for the foreseeable future which isn't bad just not as nice as the 70s. :)

JAM said...

A beautiful set of photographs. That top one is my favorite of the bunch.

Cergie said...

Somany pretty wilod flowers so well caught

We don't have such flowers in nature in France, only the bluebell
That we grow in the gardens too

Lilli & Nevada said...

Great photo shots, our wildflowers are just starting to come out. thanks for sharing them

kimber the wolfgrrrl said...

Beautiful photos! The return of wildflowers restores the soul!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, jam. Glad you enjoyed them! And that top photo is special.

Thanks, cergie. You may not have these wildflowers; but I'm sure you have some beautiful ones over there that we don't.

Thanks, lilly & nevada. It is always nice to know that my photos are appreciated. And wildflowers are special especially in the Spring and actually all the time. :)

Thanks, kimber the wolfgrrrl. You are so right! Wildflowers do help to restore the soul. God is so good to us in creation.

judypatooote said...

I love visiting your blog....your photo's are so beautiful....let me say thank you for sharing them.....