I’ve walked in 3 different locations since last week and I took photos of each to share with you.
First up: Down Back last Wednesday after work. The colors have changed so much in the last few weeks and I am really enjoying tracking those changes.
Next up: a walk in “Sean’s Woods” last Saturday. There is a trail behind his house that I have never explored even though I’ve lived in this town for over 23 years. We walked it together last week and it’s lovely. The cranbery bog at the end was being harvested and it’s always such a treat to see that happening.
I’ve said it before but it’s worth repeating: those berries glistening in the sun remind me of rubies and I love to see them floating.
There were also structures in the woods, little lean-tos and several stone cairns piled on big rocks. I enjoy seeing the presence of others in the woods and this made me smile.
On Sunday, Dale and I took a drive to Duxbury. We found big fields with paths cut through the tall grasses that lead through some woods to a small beach. Here’s my guy taking a bit of a break while I went off to explore a little further.
The colors were muted and the clouds were moody.
It’s hard to imagine the heat and humidity of summer when the wind is blowing and the trees are about bare.
I hope you enjoyed these scenes from my walks this week. I enjoyed taking you along with me, that’s for certain.