Sunday, November 04, 2007

Late Autumn at Green Lane Park and Reservoir

Early Saturday morning, I went on a two hour hike at Green Lane Park and Reservoir near Green Lane, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania in the early morning. It was a cloudy, windy morning and I was out hiking before sunrise. The photos are presented in sequential order from during my hike.









6 comments:

Cergie said...

How the path is dug deeply ! I presume there are lots of carts running on it.
I'm not sure at the contrary that the mushrooms are edible.
I'm sure I would not eat them at all. Even if you nicely cook them for me with garlic and parsley...

sage said...

always beautiful, a well worn path

Ginnie said...

I was so surprised to come back to Atlanta on Wednesday and discover that we're still in good autumn colors! I thought they'd all be gone.

I guess you're still enjoying autumn there as well! Good for you.

Murf said...

A two hour walk?!? Is your car being fixed or something? ;-)

RubySoho said...

Wonderful photos Tim! I've changed my blog to www.runrubyrun.blogspot.com. Take care.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, cergie. I don't think carts are used on these paths; but horses and their riders do use them. And I wouldn't eat any wild mushroom either unless I had a expert with me. :)

Thanks, sage. A well worn path like this exhibits character.

Hi, ginnie. Autumn is beautiful, isn't it?

Hi, murf. I love two hour walks and longer in nature. And, no, my car wasn't broke. :)

Thanks, rubysoho. Glad you enjoyed the photos. And thanks for updating me on your change in blog address.