Ridley Creek Revisited

Fall is doing its thing and laying bare trees, the temperature is dropping which means my visits to the local state parks will be less frequent. Ridley Creek State Park was the one that I visited most often this year, sometimes several times a week on my way back home from work. Reviewing photos I took through the year, it was interesting to see the change in the trails I took – they look dry, brown and uninviting at the start of spring; plush, green and warm through the months of summer and now back to becoming bare. The seasons march on…

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2 comments on “Ridley Creek Revisited”
  1. Jeiv Reyes says:

    Nature, huh? I love green and I love your photos 😊👍

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