Today, I hiked the Oak Trail at Furnace Run. It was also our first dusting of snow for the year. The teasel trees along the interstate were lovely...like little puffs of cotton. I wish I could have gotten a photo of them.
Lots of firewood has been cut and stacked along the Oak Trail
Moss in the snow
Memorial to Charles Brush: To all those who love as he loved, the far sky and smiling land.
And one shot of a red-berried tree at Seiberling Nature Realm, where I picked up my 2011 shield for my hiking stick, on completion of the Fall Hiking Spree Challenge.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Fairport Harbor Light across the dunes on Lake Erie at Headlands Beach
Elaine shot this interesting angle on some driftwood
Driftwood on Headlands Beach, Lake Erie
Late fall at Headland Dunes, Lake Erie, Mentor, Ohio
Friday, November 04, 2011
Entrance to the Glens Trail
Multicolored sandstone ledges
Cuyahoga River, "Crooked River"
Sand below the ledges
Sand and pebbles
Rush hour traffic shadows
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