Saturday, June 23, 2007

Tohickon Creek near Stover's State Park, Part 1

Yesterday evening, I went hiking along Tohickon Creek near Stover's State Park in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Below are some shots from this hike.





7 comments:

Cergie said...

So nice pictures, the one at the top is particularly GORGEOUS !
The dark blue and the black back ground, yes it is an artistic picture, really

I like the tree tops sawn from the upper side. I would like having mountains near Cetgy so I'ld be above trees and see them such if I would be a giant !

How I envy you, Tim !

sage said...

I agree with cergie, the dark blues are really nice--looks like another good place to hike

Minka said...

the moss and the river between the trees are just wow...
if it were warmer here, I´d feel like taking a dip into teh river :)

Ocean said...

As usual Beautiful Pictures. Nice to see you treasure your memories and are able to enjoy so much nature.

Ginnie said...

Those first 2 pics are STUNNING, Tim. So glad to see that even with your busier life, you're still hiking!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, cergie. I really like the first one, too. And I am blessed.

Thanks, sage. And it is a great place to hike.

Thanks, minka. When I was a child, I used to swim in a portion of that creek.

Thanks, ocean. Nature is important to me.

Thanks, ginnie. I don't ever plan to stop hiking, God willing.

JAM said...

These are all wonderful. The top one, with the green butterfly on the blue flowers is my favorite of them.