I’ve been walking a lot, especially these last few months. I have been enjoying the minuscule changes in the season, watching spring develop slowly, and now it has completely arrived. In this post you can see the onset of green coming on full force in this daily walk of mine at Huntington State Park, which is a five minute drive from our house.
The blue sky has been remarkably clear too, as you can see, presumably because of less CO2 usage. Also on this hike are some huge boulders left by the ice age, which quietly offer a contemplative perspective on what we’ve been going through these days. And in the first photo below, you can see the peculiar color of unexpected rain approaching from the far side of the lake, from the area where I had left my car…
Since someone will be inclined to ask, no there are no filters or photoshop here. It is really that vibrant out there!
I don’t wanna swear, but, dam, you-and-your-endless-talents incite me to jealousy, which is disgusting in my case, for I live in Santa Cruz County on the Central Coast of California. (!)
Conclusion : UNBURY more of MY TALENTS!!!!!
uh, ok, God.
Oh you have such a beautiful place for walks!
A collage of greens. So beautiful and vibrant, a symbol of Divine Life, prosperity, growth. Love the mosses and the giant boulders. Thank you for presenting beauty every day to remind us of God and His greatness!❤️