Photos of June Hikes in Huntington State Park 2021

Photos of June Hikes in Huntington State Park 2021

Photos of Huntington State Park June 2021

Lots of green, with some shadow play, some gloriously humid-free days, and some oppressively humid ones…here I am getting my steps, morning, midday, or evening. About 6 days a week, I traipse this ground. Often musing to myself in quiet contemplation, often on the phone with sisters, daughters, or clients, sometimes listening to audio books.

Taking in snakes skins left behind, bullfrog choruses, lily pads, feathers and treasures all lined up, grape vine arabesques, berries in the making, reflections, ripples, thrush song, and mountain laurel.

I may be a bit restless to see somewhere else, all while continuing to be ever so grateful for every square inch of this place.

                                                                           

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3 Comments

  1. Dilys 4 weeks ago

    Beautiful! how fortunate you are to have such a wonderful place on your doorstep!

  2. Sue Krevitt 4 weeks ago

    Ah yes. The material world can be so beautiful…and, to me, this makes it easier to translate it into the spiritual idea(s) behind it…or, instead of it!
    The Quantum Physicists are sure opening our eyes to look closer, ever more closely … past the obvious molecules and their pretty arrangements…to the Source of all that it truly beautiful and grand. This makes it all a Wonderful Adventure!

    Your photos, as always, are so lovely and thoughtful, Polly. I focused in on the sweet white flowers that we do not have in California. IMG_7338.jpg
    Do they have a sweet name, also?

    :<))

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      Polly Castor 4 weeks ago

      Mountain Laurel, our State flower.

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