The Conestoga Greenway Trail follows the border between the urban environment and the natural one.
The sun cast shadows on the trees and created reflections in the river.
Scraps of sycamore bark lay on the ground with dried out leaves.
An old outbuilding provided contrast with the landscape as well a canvas for graffiti artists.
Some how this plaque found its way to the top of a rock.
I love photography, and I love doodling, so it seemed only natural to doodle on photographs.
The sun was shining and the city streets were calling my name so I grabbed my camera and set off.
I found shadows,
patches of sunlight,
an interesting window grid,
and a yellow pipe and board that all made interesting compositions.
Wednesday was a grey overcast day and the woods were mostly brown, but I was feeling the need for a day in nature so I took myself to Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area. It felt good to be out in the fresh air and listen to the sound of rushing water. And my leg muscles appreciated the workout, especially on that long hill.