Sunday, July 13, 2008

Early Morning Walk

My sweetie and I took an early morning walk today to the park close by us. I'm not sure why this little park is called Story Woods Park but it is in the woods and is very pretty. So come on and take a little walk with me in case you weren't up at 6:30am this morning. LOL It really is nice to get up and start the day with a walk, I set our coffee maker for 6am and we grabbed a couple of to go cups and enjoyed our coffee as we walked. We used to walk this early on weekends all the time and I have no idea why we stopped because it is a great time of the day. No one is out yet on a Sunday and it is peaceful and quiet.
Here's the path going into the woods, there are alot of hills here and since the other park where I walk with my sister doesn't have hills..................well let's just say I could feel it. LOL
I was experimenting with my camera with these two photos. The first one I took and forgot I had my flash on and the second one is the same leaf but just a few seconds later without the flash. Just thought it was interesting how the same leaf looks totally different in the two photos.
And this last photo is my sweetie walking across the bridge. It's hard to believe that in a few short months this green foliage will be filled with the vibrant colors of Fall. It will be beautiful but I do love this time of year! It was a great way to start the day!!


Donna said...

What a sweet looking park! How nice to have one conveniently located nearby! It is fun to experiment with digital cameras these days. You can click and click, trying out new things, and you can just delete whatever doesn't turn out good!

Anonymous said...

You are getting really good with that camera---keep experimenting! I love that you and your sweetie enjoyed the early morning walk together :-)

Karen M said...

How nice. Nice pictures and a pleasant walk.

Have a great week!

justabeachkat said...

What a gorgeous place to walk! Beautiful photos too.


Maria said...

Great photos and what a great walking path. You are making good progress with your camera. Professionals recommend shooting photos with as much natural light as possible. Great job!