Sunday, May 7

A Walk in the Park

On my birthday, we headed out of town 
and into a canyon that is about 20 minutes away.

The surrounding mountains and rocks look different with each season.

I love the view, regardless if it be Spring, Summer,
Autumn, or Winter.

The joy of this season-
of this day, is that it was perfect weather
for a walk in the park.

The path and bike trail winds along
the edge of the river. 

If you look up, you can see the massive rocks and mountains;

if you look down, you just might see some tiny little flowers.

We did not walk the whole trail,
but we managed to get in four miles of the lovely view.

Bridal Veil Falls is along the trail and just begs for a stop.

We have yet to climb to the top of the first cataract...
maybe another day!

The snow melt has already filled the river with icy water.

There is something renewing about a walk in the park-
especially when it is in the woods.  😊

1 comment:

  1. So beautiful and refreshing to view the area through your lens, Sharon! God renews our strength in many ways, and a walk in the beauty of His creation is a very wonderful way He does that.


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