Such a beautiful area to commune with nature. Ahhhhh, Margie

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Author: latebloomerbuds

I am happy as a clam when I am being creative. Writing for this blog, expressing myself through haiku poetry, exploring nature and life through zen eyes, and dabbling in various art mediums, makes my spirit sing.

23 thoughts on “CLINTON RIVER TRAIL

  1. gorgeous! you have an artful eye for capturing the most beautiful details. bravo girl!

  2. You’ve got some great photography!

  3. Those are great! I love the stairs and I especially like the naked tree. I have a thing for naked trees

  4. Fantastic photos, Margie! I feel like I’ve walked along the trail with you! :)

  5. That’s a nice sycamore tree there!

  6. WOW My old back yard never looked so good…. xxx

  7. Nature at its best! Thanks for sharing.

  8. love the soft color tones to the leaves in these shots. :)

  9. Nice morning hike! I love bittersweet!

  10. Wow, does that bring back some childhood memories, long forgotten. That river ran not far from my childhood home on Hamlin Road. I used to walk the tracks until I got to the very scary trestle over the river. Never had the courage to walk it, although it probably wasn’t really as big as I remember.

  11. I enjoyed that walk with you!

  12. I enjoyed my fall hike along Clinton River Trail through your photos this morning with my coffee, thank you! I especially love the water reflection shot (awesome!) and the last one (it just POPPED with color when I saw it!).

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