Sunday, June 24, 2007

Hiking Along the Perkiomen Watershed Trail

This 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, sunny day with temperatures being just right.


Brown-Eyed Susans



Berries on the way



The East Branch of the Perkiomen Creek



Self-Portrait of the Hiker



Bluffs along the creek



I'm always impressed by the size of this tree



A wild lily



A landscape view not far from the creek

18 comments:

Murf said...

Looks like you weren't the only hiker out there. At first, I didn't notice that person crossing the low creek. Why anyone would knowingly get their shoes wet is beyond me. :-)

Cergie said...

Really you did my laugh and I needed that today
That's good ! Self portrait of the Hiker !!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was imagining you rather with fair hair !

Wild lily, wa call them "hemerocale" and yes they are not difficult to grow at all, but they are not wild at all here, you only may find them in the garden
Brown-eyed Susan ! the one i know has brown eyes yes but she is not as this one
Mine is a creeper, looking like convulvus

So, different country > different words > different pictures in the mind.

JAM said...

Love the big tree too! When I was a kid, I would have found a way to get up on that massive branch there and see how high I could get up in there.

sage said...

any trout in that creek?

fairyesque-scandal said...

I haven't been by in a while; love the photos, as always. Love the animal ones and especially, the striking colors of the light purple moth on the spindly, purple flowers. Beautiful! Many blessings for your upcoming wedding as well!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, murf. Actually that guy I think was fishing. But sometimes when I'm wearing old sandals, I love hiking through water. :)

Thanks, cergie. I'm glad I could give you a good laugh. Laughter is good for the soul. And, yes, different country, different pictures that make up one marvelous world.

Thanks, jam. Big trees are awesome. And, yes, as a child I probably would have wanted to climb it, too. Maybe I should now to get some awesome photos from another perspective. :)

Hi, sage. I haven't seen any. But people do fish along that creek so maybe so.

Thanks, fairyesque-scandal. Nature is so beautiful! And I am looking forward to the wedding day and married life. My fiancée is a most wonderful person. I couldn't ask for better!

consise10 said...

Its been a while since ive visited your page Tim .Hope all is well.Your pics are always so vivid and colours of nature absolutely stunning.Nice Photo of the hiker too :-)

Murf said...

Tim, I don't think your better half will allow any climbing of big trees until after the wedding. :-)

Ava said...

Hi!

Just checking in! Have a safe and happy weekend!

Ginnie said...

How fun to meet the life-sized hiker! Thanks for that, Tim...twice! :)

Irene said...

What a handsome hiker you are, Tim Rice! ;p

samrina said...

Nice photographs!!

take care

photowannabe said...

Hi Tim, Nice to meet you via the self portrait.
Your nature pictures are so inviting. You live in God's country with so many hiking places.
Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

LOVE the wild Lily...great picture !!

Paige said...

Pretty. You know we recenlty went up to Northern California to see the Big ol' redwoods. Awesome. there are no words to express the power of God.
Oh by the way you have been tagged. Come on over and see what its about.

Ava said...

Happy Fourth of July to you.

Stay safe!

Cergie said...

Where is the Hiker, I wonder ?
Is he lost in his dear mountains or too busy with the wedding preparations ?

Have a nice weekend, Tim
I've a wedding this weekend in my dear Vosges Mountains, one of my niece !

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, consise10. I am glad you enjoy my photos.

Hi, murf. She's seen your response and I even mentioned it to her; but she gave me no limitation. :)

Hi, ava. Hope you are doing well.

Thanks, ginnie. I was having fun playing around with my camera. :)

Thanks, irene. I enjoy hiking.

Thanks, samrina. Glad I can provide you with some beautiful photos.

Thanks, photowannabe. I do live in God's country; but God's country can be found so many places. :)

Thanks, anonymous. Glad you enjoyed that pic.

Thanks, paige. Nature is beautiful in so many ways. I thank God for the beauty of nature.

Hi, cergie. Yes, I got lost in wedding preparations, a men's retreat, and other things.