Kevin's Nature - Summit County Metroparks Posts

I got to the Seiberling NatureRealm shortly after a summer rain and got some interesting scenes. After being in their hives during the rain, the bees were out…

Named for Sherman and Mary Schumacher, who donated 171 acres to Metro Parks in 1968, Schumacher Valley remains one of the most rugged areas within the city of…

Today's trip through the Nature Realm was filled with wildlife, not just flowers! A bird sat three feet away and let me take about 5 shots. Second, a butterfly…

William O'Neil, founder of General Tire and Rubber Company, and his wife Grace donated their 242-acre family farm to Metro Parks in 1972. Their son, M. Gerald O…

Since it was a grey day on a familiar trail, I decided to focus on textures… The 992-acre Sand Run Metro Park opened in 1929, but the area has been welcoming…

Every March and April, thousands of daffodils bloom along the H.S. Wagner Daffodil Trail. Wagner, the first director of Metro Parks, owned the land off Brush…

This shot was in taken in the context of a walk through the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm in Akron, but I liked the sensation that the shot conveys of having…

These were from the jogging trail that runs along Sand Run Parkway in the Summit County Metro Parks.

F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm is a special-use area within Sand Run Metro Park that has been set aside for the study and enjoyment of nature. The Nature Realm…
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