I love a walk in the Nature Park in any season….but Autumn is my favorite season. As the season’s of life have past and changed, so have I. As a child, my favorite season was summer. I loved the adventure, not having to attend school, and the water! Swimming was life! Now if I can walk outside and enjoy nature in all its wonderous array of wardrobe…(colors)… I am content to enjoy nature.
There are things to see everywhere…though it seems as though few see them. I have a vivid imagination and sometimes one small (ish) thing in nature sparks an entire imaginary scene or scenario in the eye of the mind.
This tree and the month of October with All Hallow’s Eve just around the corner reminded me of all the pictures of haunted houses and bare spooky trees pictured in children’s story books. What would you see on an Autumn nature walk?
Share here in the comments section or post it on our facebook page! 🙂 Happy Haunting season!
I had the wonderful opportunity to revisit a beautiful State Park here in Oklahoma.
A fellow Photographer and I went on a beautiful photo-walk on March 22nd, 2014. What a beautiful Saturday it was for a walk in the park and for photography.
You may not know this but the movie, “Where the Red fern Grows” was filmed in this hidden treasure place among the State Parks of Oklahoma in 1974. Natural Falls State Park offers camping opportunities with full access to the park for overnight campers, lots of wildlife trails, beautiful scenery including a very tall and breath-taking waterfall… It is a beautiful place for a family day trip, romantic picnic or just a cool place to walk and enjoy nature. Many people like to visit this place of wonder…nature is a wonder.
Have a wonderful day…and check back often to see where else we have traveled….or the people we have been fortunate enough to photograph along life’s journey. 😀
If you would like to read more about what others think regarding this scenic wonder, check out the links below:
Here are some of the things that have inhabited my summer hikes so far:
I love nature. I like to know what plants are what and the names of the flowers I see. I enjoy watching the butterflies and dragonflies flit from here to there….
I am a nature lover. I could spend all day just photographing the things I see on a hike…. or a walk… or just that appear from “nowhere”.
Nature intrigues me. I am curious and amazed at a lot of things….sometimes too easily. I still enjoy every minute of it.
I can’t always name what I see (if you can, please leave a comment)…but I love watching summer’s inhabitants.
The guys had as much fun chasing this little orange striped creature around and around the log….not sure if it was for my benefit (to photograph) or for their fun….but we all got our exercise and a photo out of it.
This black and yellow winged creature was actually in my Aunt’s flower garden alongside her driveway. I just happened to have my camera along that day and couldn’t resist snapping his photo.
I am intrigued with nature where ever I may find it…
I so dearly wish I had had a waterproof camera over the weekend. I had a swarm of blue dragonflies over the water on the Illinois River on our Father’s Day canoe trip….and I even had the amazing moment of having one land on my finger and just sit there and watch… sooo awesome! Unfortunately….no photograph to share of that one. Maybe next time.
This little guy is one of a pair of barn swallows that have tried and tried to
make a nest over my front porch. However, that didn’t work out so well for them or their young. Three little chicks in the nest and none survived…..Can’t do that again this year… so I have washed away the beginnings of their nest each time they have tried to build it this year. They are beautiful to watch. They eat mosquitos and other insects so it is nice to have them around. I just wish there was a nice, safe place for them to nest other than my front porch (which doesn’t really workout for either of us).
Well….enjoy the summer and share your hiking finds here in the comments section!
The weather changes from day to day if not minute to minute. while this can be challenging to an outdoor photographer, it is awesome! I love a challenge! This week, I had a wonderful opportunity to shoot some nature shots…just sort of looking around.
I love nature. Flowers offer a wide variety of photographic opportunities. This particular shot reminds me of a favorite childhood faery tale. Can you tell me which one I might be thinking of??
Take a guess! (leave it in the comment section)…..
Nature offers many things that people sometimes get too busy to see. I like to remind myself of the small ever-present things I tend to take for granted.
This was comical! This little red squirrel looked over at me as if to say “What? You have never seen a squirrel before?”
Nature has an expression! Several I am sure…probably more than I can experience and share. But I will give it a shot!
In poetry books, I use to see illustrations of picnics by a pond or some such similar scene.
This shot reminds me of those poetry books, picnics in summer, and calming moments that are rarely seen any more due to the hustle and bustle of our busy life in today’s technology driven world.
What does it remind you of?
Do you have a special place? A spot that makes time stand still? this lovely little vision could be one such place to someone….
Waterfalls represent so many things…
the flow of time, the streams of life and it’s journey, the calming sound of rushing water that let the spirit revive itself and breathe…
Waterfalls are a favorite of mine. Don’t forget to share yours! send me a photo or leave a comment.
Nature is a wonderful teacher…life is an amazing journey! Please, share them through photos.
If you would like a portrait done in your favorite nature setting…shoot me an email or give me a call!
Photography is a wonderful way to share life with those who aren’t as close as you would like them.