Saturday, March 29, 2014

Springtime Walk Through the Woods

I ignored the 60% chance of rain forecast and got out today for some natural remedies for my stresses and other ailments that only a walk in the woods can cure. Mild temps with winds that got stronger as the day progressed.

I felt rain twice, with the second round almost enough to pull out my rain parka. I walked just under 5 miles.

A beautiful day to get out, with ever changing skies and plenty of scenery to soak in and enjoy. This is a good time of year to explore Big Haynes Creek in Conyers, Georgia. The trees are still mostly bare of summer leaves so you can see a lot of detail, and wildflowers are starting to color the world.
Muddy footprint. Not sure what this was

Reflections of a changing sky


Break time

Springtime colors growing on the rock outcrops

Fungus growing on a fallen tree

First round of spring wildflowers

Water was a bit high today after yesterday's rain

Hugging the lake


  1. What beautiful photographs. Love the crossroads photo and the feeling of desolation in the final one. You have a great eye.

  2. Thank you. I find the woods/nature have a limitless supply of inspiration