A beautiful reflection, and old, forgotten stone bridge and a pond that brought back childhood ice skating memories were some of my companions as my walk this day said goodbye to March and hello (hopefully) to spring! Hope you enjoy the photos!
A bright blue, cloud studded sky is reflected in a quiet pond.
A bench waits to give rest along the edge of a pond.
A birdhouse waits for the first family to settle in.
A big blue sky and long fence line create a wide open feel.
Pretty park landscape
A row of pointed stones guards the edges of a stream and bridge.
Time and nature have given this old stone bridge a pretty color.
Water flows from the mouth of the bridge bottom.
Flowing water under the bridge creates its own pattern.
Closeup of a small waterfall. The indents in the rocks it flows over create their own pattern on the water.
An old bridge guards a small stream.
The stones and bricks of an old bridge make an interesting pattern.
On old stone/brick bridge spans a small stream in a wooded area.
A rusted old bathtub rests upside down along the side of a stream.
Geese enjoy morning sun as they look for breakfast.
A goose noses around for some breakfast.
The view from a trail alongside a local pond.
Ann Lee Pond, named after Mother Ann Lee, founder of the Shakers, whose original settlement is close by.
A pond I once skated on as a kid…sadly, no longer open for public skating.
A rather rickety looking bridge across Ann Lee Pond.
Fungus on a tree made me think of the martians from the Muppets…or just a funny face!