Friday, July 13, 2007

Tohickon Creek near Stover's State Park, Part 2

Below are some more photos from my June 22 hike along the Tohickon Creek near Stover's State Park. Wedding preparations and a weekend men's retreat took away any time I used to have left to work on this blog. Hopefully, my schedule will get better; but it probably will be sporadic at least until October.





12 comments:

Cergie said...

Oh ! Dear Tim, I'm happy you are fine, too busy but fine !
You found a love tree such as the one of the Huangshan mountains
I notice now plenty of them everywhere in nature
The young leave at the top is a symbol of hope and life, I presume it will be a high and magnificent tree
And I am astonsihed with the rose between leaves of convulvus : almost a posy.

sage said...

I know what you mean about being too busy... but after your wedding, for those who are unable to be there, I hope you will have a wonderful spread about the wedding.

photowannabe said...

Great pictures of a peaceful place to hike. A place to go when the things like weddings get a bit harried and you need to take a deep breath.
Looking forward to some wedding pictures come fall.

Murf said...

I hope you share your wedding with us too. And as for October, you will still be too busy...she'll have that 'honey do' list ready for ya on the first day after the honeymoon. :-)

Ava said...

Good morning to you! I hope that all is well and you have a great day!

Great photos!!!! And that explains your absence! Hope the posts are not to far in between!!!

Ava said...

Have a great weekend, my friend!

Godknows said...

Hey Tim, Long time. I always love visit your blog especially your beautiful photos.
Have a nice day

Camila Bernardes said...

Hello Tim, there's a long time...
I posted a video of something about the war in Iraq, it's in my blog and in my youtube, you can check it if you want. Send news.

Ginnie said...

Just come when you can, Tim. We all know you have BIG priorities right now!!!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, cergie. I am glad you find such pleasure in my photos.

Thanks, sage. I will have to do some posts on the wedding. It is now only forty six days away. :)

Thanks, photowannabe. Glad you enjoy nature and my photos.

Hi, murf. Is that what you did after you got married? ;)

Thanks, ava. And I hope you are doing well, too.

Thanks, godknows. I'm happy to provide these nature photos for others to enjoy.

Hi, Camila Bernardes. It is good to hear from you.

Thanks, ginnie. I'm glad for your understanding.

Murf said...

Tim, do I look like the kind of person that would do such a thing? :-)

JAM said...

All wonderful. I especially like the "Y" tree and the rocky riverside.

Hope all goes well with the wedding. It's something to look forward too, but also something you'll both go PHEW! when it's finally over.