Sunday, October 19, 2008

At Haycock Mountain

Last Monday, I went hiking on Haycock Mountain in Haycock Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Below are some of the sights from that outing. I started the hike in early evening and left at or just after dusk.












13 comments:

sage said...

Great shots! This is a wonderful time of the year!

Fred said...

More beautiful fall colors.

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, sage. I and my wife have enjoyed this time of year, too. Up until a couple days ago, we were enjoying Indian summer and it was really nice. It's a little bit cooler now though.

Thanks, fred. Autumn colors inspire me to worship God and to be thankful for the beauty He provides.

Expat Traveler said...

wow - now that is a beautiful walk! I love the mushrooms. The very last pic looks exactly like a few I took over here in Victoria!

Came to visit from Ginnie's blog.

... Paige said...

Beautiful. I love the close up of the #4 photo.
We don't really get "fall" colors here. I know I say that every year. The leaves turn brown and fall off and that's that.

thanks for the walk I could almost smell the woods.

Godknows said...

mushroom is my favorite for cooking. I love your photos. How are you Mr Tim?

Ginnie said...

THIS is why I love this time of the year, Tim. WOW!

Charley Simko said...

What an amazing display of God's artistry!!!!! You have a gift!

Marguerite said...

Ha ! Tim ! I hope you remember that I'm THE mushrom specialist
One of them is edible when very young, it is the one which is alone : Coprin chevelu (Coprinus comatus)
Of course the flower at the top is aster looking like a little star and on next thursday I'll publish two kinds of them on my garden-blog and two butterlies too.

Marguerite said...

I'm sure you know the name "Sumac de Virginie", I told you about it already
The thistle is not only a symbol of Scotland, it is a symbol of "la Lorraine", the east part of France from where my familly is coming.
However, the pictures I prefer on that post are the two ones of stones, they are really lovely.

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Tim Rice said...

Thanks, expat traveler. Autumn is a beautiful time here.

Thanks, paige. I'm glad I could convey a feel of a walk in the woods.

Thanks, godknows. Glad you came by my blog. I and my wife are doing well.

Thanks, ginnie. This is a good time of the year.

Thanks, charlie simko. God is good in his creation and in the gifts He bestows upon us.

Thanks, marguerite. I always enjoy reading your comments. Glad you enjoy my photos.

Thanks, kids toys. I'm glad you found my blog to be educational and enjoyable.

RosaMaría said...

Es un gusto haber encontrado este blog. Hermosos colores, muy oportuna al hacer las fotos.