- September 20, 2018
- Posted by: Phil Block
- Category: Photography
Meteorologically speaking, it’s still summer. But only until tomorrow. Around here, summer’s glory is rapidly fading and being replaced by the inevitable decay of fall. Plant life is succumbing to the relentless march of the seasons. Before long, only naked trees will stand before the wind, and the fields and prairies will assume their lifeless dormancy throughout the coming winter.
Last night’s rain has come and gone. This morning dawned cloudy and a bit foggy. Perfect conditions to lure me out with my camera to behold the beauty of God’s creation, freshly washed. Today’s destination was Lion’s Den Gorge, a local nature preserve situated on the bluffs above the Lake Michigan shoreline. Here’s what graced my viewfinder today.
Really a beautiful collection, Phil. I also enjoyed the way you put the experience to words.
I say it again. You are to be admired for using your talent and creativity that gave you as a stress relieve valve. This is a great collection of images from your outing.
Your words are poetic and images are well-seen. Thanks for sharing.
Phil ~ These are beautiful! Love the raindrops dripping from red berries.