I started this post back in October (2015) and I have posted several pictures from this trail in a slide show, but I wanted to single out some of those photos even more, so I picked this up where I left off…
Oct. 26, 2015
…In doing some research online, looking for some local trails to pursue, I came across the Kuncanowet Town Forest and Conversation Area. I am so glad that I did. This area is, in my opinion, breathtakingly beautiful. I haven’t even explored all of it yet, and I am taken by its overall setting and beauty. Thanks also to Dunbarton Hikes for the useful videos I found on YouTube. God-willing, I will be back in these woods again soon. Enjoy my attempts to capture the magnificent through the lens of my camera; it’s better in person.
Lost Lake: I sat here to pray, to reflect, and really just respect. 1inawesomewonder ©
There was more beauty around than I could capture in a dozen visits. 1inawesomewonder ©
Coming in to Lost Lake. 1inawesomewonder ©
Photo opportunities were in every direction. 1inawesomewonder ©
Welcome to the warmth of this passageway. 1inawesomewonder ©
There is something to be said for the treasure found following the straight and narrow. 1inawesomewonder ©
Ahhh, to sit here in silence, allowing time and space their effect. 1inawesomewonder ©
Walking through this country always brightens my outlook. 1inawesomewonder ©
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