On a some-what cloudy, very cool afternoon I went over to the Nolde Forest just to walk around and see what was there. The Nolde Forest is a nice place to visit with lots of walking/bicycle trails. Many of the trails I have never walked that much because they are quite long and I can’t walk that far. In my older age my legs get too sore and my feet start to hurt so I can only go a short distance then walk back. This is just one of the trails. On top of that carrying my camera gear adds weight to walk around with.
This is from a old Dam from many years back that used to be here, but is now gone. The Spillway is all that remains.
Flowing thru the Forest is a small creek that offers some photography of many small rapids to shoot. Since I have gotten the nack of shooting waterfalls I seem to be drawn to them.
The Fall Season here is starting to fade away. The brilliance of color is leaving. Nature is starting to have the leaves fade away to make room for Winter that will arrive here soon. There is still color left, but not anywhere like it used to be. I’m sorry to see that. Winter will have it’s own color to show when it snows. I’ll come back here and see it all in white.
7 thoughts on “WALKING THE PATH OF FADING COLOR”
Nice collection of waterfall images!
The moving water photos are looking great.
Thank you, Ashley. However, I think they could have been better! I shot these with my Pentax K10d. The camera does a nice job, but not as good as my Nikon D7000.
Nice collection of pictures from your walk. I, too, have difficulty walking long distances. I do better bicycling. Well, I did do better last year. This year has been a challenge even bicycling.
Such wonderful photos. Thanks for posting them.
Geri – Thank you for enjoying my photo’s. Thanks for stopping by. I will be shooting more.
Geri – I have never been to Branson, but have heard about it. Also, the Ozark Mtn.’s must be a real nice area to visit. Lot’s of woods that you probably can get lost in. We have some very nice Christmas Displays over here, also. The very popular Christmas Village is just one of them. I had posted about it awhile ago. Stay safe over there. I also am a US Navy Vietnam Vet. USS Carpenter DD-825. 66-67.