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In no particular order, here are some of my favorite photos from my hike into Lost Lake. All Photos by 1inawesomewonder ©. Click “View Slide Show” or click on any of the pictures, to scroll through the images on Onedrive.Live.com. Lost … Continue reading
In researching online, 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.
At every turn color awaits in this beautiful place.
The shadows hide from the light, but both seem so perfect here.
I couldn’t help but smile as this scene opened up in front of me.
Who needs a structure where everything is put together just right.
Leaves and lilypads in the sky.
Nature defines the what’s up and what’s down out here.
And, long after life has gone, beauty remains.
Generations of trees appear to be in order here.
Not a mistake, but if it were, blame the beavers.
Below the pond these pines beg you to stand up and take notice.
The beavers now look after the pond that supported this old mill site.
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