Zunday Zen … A Solitary Walk

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Musings, Nature, Out and About, Photography, The Four Seasons, Zunday Zen

Solitary walk
leaves crunching underfoot … in
autumn’s golden glow.

 

 Sunshine, lustrous fall colors and silence are what I found on my afternoon hike.
I encountered only a handful of humans, one lone mushroom and a view of Mount Hood.
It appeared almost close enough to touch.

This nature park is just a short walk from my house.

I hope you had a Zen Sunday!
Sabine

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

16 thoughts on “Zunday Zen … A Solitary Walk”

  1. Very peaceful; the direct opposite of grocery shopping today 😳. Did you use a fish-eye lens? Great photos. Have a great week and happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. What a beautiful walk Sabine – very peaceful and tranquil here and you sure have captured the essence of this walk with your camera. Mount Hood looks like it is floating in the sky.

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  3. If you walk all the way to that park, around it and back home again, that’s quite the trek! It is beautiful though it’s been many years since I walked it and I certainly didn’t see it the way you do. Interesting how that is. 😉 You capture it in such a way as to make it worth another look. 😉 Maybe this spring. Hope your week is as wonderfilled.

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    • Marlene, there are several entrances to the park and I’d love to go with you in the spring. One way in is through a neighborhood with huge meadows and those stands of trees in the last picture. From there it’s not far to the creek and the different habitats. I know you’d like it! 😉

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