Monday, April 02, 2007

Along the Tohickon Creek near Pt. Pleasant

Saturday morning, I went hiking along the Tohickon Creek near Pt. Pleasant, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was a mostly cloudy morning but warm enough for me to hike in sandals though wearing a lightweight windbreaker jacket.

A view of the Tohickon from the trail

An impressively thick tree trunk

Another view of the creek




The trail

A rock in the creek

A different perspective


Pat Paulk said...

Came over from Sage's blog. Enjoyed the photos from your hike!!

San Nakji said...

As a kid I always thought ferns were a New Zealand plant. Now I know differently. However, whenever I see one I always feel it's a piece of home :)

photowannabe said...

Your pictures show the power of water. I like them all but the last one is my favorite.

Moi said...

the name Pleasant pt. seems apt for the place...lovely pics as always...and yeah I'm partial to the last shot too!!

Ginnie said...

Don't you just love the different seasons of the year on your hikes, Tim! I know you do. These are such wonderful pics, as always!

Anonymous said...

That's a wonderful way to spend some time,communing with nature in the woods and water like that. Thanks for taking me along on that hike with you.

Annie in Little Rock

sage said...

nice photos again! It's warm enough to hike today in sandals here--tomorrow its not suppose to get above freezing and to be snowing!

Anna said...

These are great shots. I am with Sue of photowannabe...I love the last one for sure! :)

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, pat paulk. Glad you enjoyed my hike via my blog post.

Hi, san nakji. Isn't it interesting the associations we make to what is "home"?

Thanks photowannabe. The power of water is impressive and the last one is one of my favorites, too.

Thanks, moi. You're right - it is a pleasant area to be in. And I think a lot of people are partial to the last photo in this post. :)

Thanks, ginnie. Each season has its beauty. But I'm ready for Spring and for all the green and other colors it brings now. :)

Thanks, annie. It was a wonderful place to enjoy the beauty of nature and soothe one's soul.

Thanks, sage. It's suppose to get colder here tomorrow, too; but not that cold. We're suppose to get rain and maybe a thunderstorm but no snow.

Thanks, anna. Glad you enjoyed the pics.

Anonymous said...

You certainly could like hiking on Koli, our National Park near Joensuu.
If you look my October post from 27th.

I would like to hike in your landscape, it seems inviting.

Carmel said...

oh absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait til it gets warmer, I need to go hiking!

Deals On Wheels said...

Oh, wow. The last one is my favorite!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, mimmu. I'd like to go hiking many places in the world if I'd only had the time and money to do so. :)

Thanks, carmel. Hiking is so good for both body and soul. :)

Thanks, deals on wheels. You are one of many who like that one the best. :)

Cergie said...

Especialy the five pictures at the bottom are soooo beautiful
They really are like modern painting
A great success
congratulation, you are a greater photographer than last year and however I found when I came and visited you for the first time that you were a great photographer !!!! (I'm remembering ducks)

Then I discovered you are a great poet too !

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, cergie. I'm glad I can so please you in so many different ways.