Saturday, October 30, 2010
Splashes of Autumn color reflected in the stream
Crimson, yellow, and orange leaves
Sunday, August 15, 2010
At 94 feet high, Ganoga Falls is the highest waterfall in the park.
At least 25 waterfalls are in this beautiful park.
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Looking into the cool mist
Saturday, April 3, 2010
It was a great day for a hike in one of the prettiest State parks in Pennsylvania. Jacobsburg has flowing streams, cool woodlands, and sunny fields and pastures. A variety of plant life grows in all the environments in the park, attracting a diversity of birds and other wildlife. I heard cardinals, chickadees, towhees, phoebes, and woodpeckers.
I love the rebirth of Spring and the revitalization it brings. Some say that everything in the physical world is a reflection of something in the spiritual world. If that is so, then Spring to me is rebirth, new life, new possibilities, and new directions. Today was a beautiful start to that season.
Flowers catching bright sun rays
A little rivulet forms a small waterfall.
I love these hemlock forests.
A beautiful stream flows through the park. We watched some little birds nesting in some high rocks along the water. I think they were phoebes.
Stopping for a moment on the bridge
Finding some serenity in Henry's Woods
Spring is bursting forth everywhere! I love the juxtaposition of seasons, last year's leaves provide a foundation for this year's new growth.
Sunlight catching ripples in the stream