Monday, November 26, 2007

Thanksgiving Day Walk

I spent Thanksgiving day with my wife's family. A few of us took a walk to a park in Quakertown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The afternoon was mostly cloudy with the sun coming out a bit after a windy light rain came through. Below are some views from our walk.


Paige said...

the one sky photo with the framed buildings looks like the sky is on fire.
But you didn't need me to tell ya that.
they are all very good

Ginnie said...

Fabulous photos, Tim, of your walk. What a great thing to do together after the big meal (I assume that's when you went but maybe it was before?). Happy Thanksgiving memories. :)

Cergie said...

All these incredible shots, Tim !
Three about tree fires (two red and one golden) They make me warm!
And the sky fires are so strange. The one with the weird destroyed house is like ghost movies scene
In the middle, these peaceful pound with ducks. Can you imagine that : one female and three male. I believe this will not ever remain so peaceful…

samrina said...

Lovely pictures, very nicely captured Tim..)

Hope you're well.

Take care

sage said...

as always, wonderful pics, it's odd seeing so much color in the leaves at thanksgiving!

A Verse For You said...

God is truly an amazing artist which you depict in your blog!!!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, paige. Glad you enjoyed these pics. And I always enjoy your comments even if you think you didn't need to tell me that.

Thanks, ginnie. It was a good walk after the Thanksgiving meal. We took one of my nephews on my wife's side out to the town park and playground that afternoon. I will be showing some pictures of him at play there in the near future.

Thanks, cergie. I'm glad to warm you with my photos. It was a good afternoon.

Thanks, samrina. I hope you are doing well, too.

Thanks, sage. I think it's a little unusual to see so much color around Thanksgiving here, too. But autumn came late this year; it took a while for Jack Frost to appear and settle in.

Thanks, a verse for you. God's glory can be abundantly seen in His creation.