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Mill Grove

  • Posted May 4, 2008 by Liz in Nature. Viewed 2681 times

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I see I've messed up my dates, these were actually shot on the 3rd, but anyway Pennsylvania got yet another rainy dreary day. A couple friends and I went for a walk at Mill Grove (first home in America of John James Audubon). One good thing about all the rain - everything is green and growing!

Anyone up for a walk? The trail starts here!

I LOVE lilacs!

View of the Perkiomen Creek.

Perkiomen Creek

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    • # Bec

      oh im so jealous! im living in the middle east and havent seen green grass ( well, REAL green grass that isnt articifically grown ) in ages....gorgeous.

      2008.05.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mei-Ling

      Marvellous scenery, great close-ups, especially of the fungus growing out of the tree-trunk. Many thanks for sharing, and best regards.

      2008.05.06 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Barry

      Beautiful set - you have captured the peace of the scenes so well, and the close-ups are lovely and soft.

      2008.05.05 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dadlak

      #3 is my favorite...one of the first sets I saw in here was yours of Perkiomen Creek..it is spectacularly beautiful in spring.

      2008.05.05 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynda

      The rain gives an ethereal feel to the park. Wonderful set??my favorite is the photo of polypores.

      2008.05.05 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Fcmfotoguy

      [i]Beautiful, I can hardly wait till the flowers begin to bloom in Colorado. I am very tired of winter.[/i]

      2008.05.05 Edited Reply Cancel