I know this post is a bit late. I haven’t written much of anything lately. These photos have been sitting in a folder on my Desktop for months.
Yesterday, I came up with the bright idea that I might write a post. I have some nice flowers in full bloom and wanted to grab a few photos of them. Well, I just did that. As I was putting the flower pictures in my editing folder, I realized that I still had a bunch of photos from a hike we went on a few months ago. Enough of that…
I will tell you that the best time to hike in the Northeast is definitely in the late Autumn and Early Spring. There is very low humidity and hardly any bugs. Trying to hike in mid-Summer is not good. Not good at all.
We usually go hiking on a nice path in the back of the neighborhood we live in. It’s an old logging road that has been used for hiking for some time now. The locals love it. We love it, as long as it’s Autumn or Spring.
During the hike we went on a few months ago, we got a really good idea to head down to a pretty good flowing river I knew about. Since there weren’t any leaves on the trees, I knew it wouldn’t be a problem. Well, to make a long story short, we found something just short of magical. I don’t know why I get like this, but when I stumble across something that’s different than my normal routine, I get excited.
Take a look at the photos below. Then, imagine yourself standing there in fifty degree sun. It was so nice.