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.

RosaMarĂ­a said...

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