Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A Hike along the Tohickon Creek near Stover-Myers Mill, Part 2

Tuesday evening two weeks ago, I went hiking along the Tohickon Creek near the Stover-Myers Mill in Tinicum and Plumstead Townships, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was a beautiful, mostly sunny evening for a hike - not to hot, not too cold. Below are some photos from that hike. This is a continuation from the previous post.

An evening view along the Tohickon Creek

A beautiful yellow wildflower

Another beautiful yellow wildflower against a tree trunk

A view of the Cabin Run Covered Bridge
The Cabin Run Creek flows into the Tohickon Creek

Yellows and Pinks along the creek bank

A sunset view taken from the creek bank

The same sunset view reflected in the creek


Cergie said...

Not much light and gorgeous pictures though...

I saw a covered bridge in the Yosemite Park ; it was very interresting for me. I liked it. Made me remember the movie "The Bridges of Madison County" (Clint Eastwood as actor and director). A wooded bridge. I read that these kind of bridges are covered because it is easyer to repair the roof than the bridge itself.

Ginnie said...

I just LOVE covered bridges, Tim! And of course...sunsets and wildflowers!

choochoo said...

I've always been a sucker for the sunset-in-the-puddle-thing.

Fred said...

Another great hike. Thanks for sharing some great pictures.

... Paige said...

My goodness that last one with the reflections of the sunset on the water-that is sureal looking.

sage said...

I love the sunset in the water!

Jazzy said...

beautiful photos!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, cergie. Covered bridges do have a certain romance about them.

Thanks, ginnie. I'm glad you found so much to enjoy in this post. God has made a fascinating and wonderful world for us to enjoy.

Thanks, choochoo. I love them, too. :)

Thanks, paige. It was a must take photo.

Thanks, sage. The sunset in the water picture seems to be popular. I do myself think it very beautiful.

Thanks, jazzy. Glad you enjoyed my photos.