There isn't much to say about ... the Creek. Except that I love the creek. I love going there and just wandering.
I like rainy and overcast days the best as the lighting seems more mystical. There have been times I've gone after a rain ... and the sun came out hot and brilliant which created a fog over the water.
Here is a shot from a few years ago...2011 to be exact. Mr. Morris was still a brown faced Jack Russell!
It was cool this time and the sky was overcast, but at times sunlight did drift down.
I went alone which meant I didn't have to watch over any dogs and could spend my time just observing and looking at rocks.
I walked from the western neighbor's side towards the east, going downstream.
I guess I don't have to explain the sense of awe I felt right in this spot. The lighting, the water, the greens, the brilliant rocks, and the moss all seemed to create the perfect scene.
And I did find the fog rising over the creek near where the trail had just been redone.
I didn't follow my usual route and instead of ducking under one end of a fallen tree, I went around to climb over near the stump end.
I normally just duck under the above tree and continue to walk...but I didn't... and...
I was presented with a beautiful site.
You will find something more in woods than in books. Trees and stones will teach you that which you can never learn from masters.
~~ Saint Bernard