Bent of the River Photos

Bent of the River Photos

Bent of the River Photos

Last Friday morning I had the pleasure of meeting a friend for a hike at Bent of the River, which is a lovely place where our children used to take homeschooling nature classes, learning about vernal pools, bird identification, and water salinity, etc. I hadn’t been there in over a decade. It was so terrific to be back, and the crisp, dewey morning was gorgeous.

I loved the reflections in the river, the sparkle on the grasses, the red berries again a cobalt sky, asters, goldenrod, dahlias, and the biggest bullfrog (he’d fill BOTH hands!) that I’ve seen since childhood. I was so grateful to have the kind of lifestyle that allowed me to be there on such a pristine weekday morning.

In these photos, come along and enjoy this precious walk with me.

         

                                      

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2 Comments

  1. Dilys 2 weeks ago

    Beautiful Polly! We are glad that you have that lifestyle too and that you share it with us, bless you x

  2. Connie Adams 2 weeks ago

    Thanks, Polly, for sharing those beautiful pictures. What kind of berries are those? I don’t believe we have those here on the west coast.

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