Keehner Park-The trails

Keehner Park boasts several beautiful trails that run along side Mill Creek.  While on our short visit, we had the pleasure of exploring the various sites Mother Nature offered us.  Narrow at times, the trails offer a bit of excitement as you walk near the edge of the small cliffs and up and down steep embankments.  Even in winter, the trails come alive with splashes of color and signs of wildlife. Through the barren trees, the landscape can been seen and understood.  Valleys and gullies, usually hidden out of view, are once again remembered and understood.

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Blue skies

Orange leftovers

Yellow bits







Along the side

Hidden trail

72 responses to “Keehner Park-The trails

  1. how beautiful! I want to go there and ride a horse through those woods! It snowed in VA this past weekend which was such a treat. Keep up the amazing photos. Oh and kinda random but do you know a good camera that takes clear pictures of both fast & still objects for a beginner. Digital. Ideally, under $300. I keep buying cheap cameras and keep wasting my money because the quality is horrible 😦 wondering if you had any advice….

    • I use the Nikon D3100 which is an entry level DSLR. I think it’s around $500. They make a great deal of good point and shoots. I would try a Nikon or a Canon as those I’ve heard great things about. Thanks for your comment.

  2. LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! In Orange bits left Behind what were the Orange bits? Pumpkins??? Love Wishbone! So nice! I can’t wait till my Camera is fixed…I miss taking pictures! and have been reduced to my Camera on my Phone… 😦

  3. I just added “along the side” to my lightbox. That one’s going on my wall for sure. Beautiful!
    Do you just walk around all day and take awesome pictures? It looks like you posted three times yesterday (or am I imagining that?). What a fantastic way to exercise, follow your passion, and find great pix for the blog. 🙂

    • I wish I could walk around all day and take photos. Usually, I go to a park once or twice a week. Other than that, I just take photos on my drives around my home and to and from work. I do sometimes explore roads in the area to see what’s new around me. If I go to a park I usually have about 100 pics that I like. I try to narrow it down to 30-40 pics and then write my articles based on how those break down.

  4. I’m going to start making it a point to start my day looking at your pictures. They definitely help me begin with a more relaxed, positive attitude than if I read the local paper. Thanks.

  5. This is beautiful. We are headed to Big Bend National Park at the end of the week and you inspired me to take some pictures of the trailes we will be hiking

  6. The wooden stairs look like the part of the Appalachian Trail that runs through North Jersey! Very lovely!!

  7. I enjoy the way you present your photos, like a short story or an essay. Gives me the feeling of being there with you. These photos of winter (one of my favorite seasons, though each one is while it is happening) are lovely. I particularly like the ones which are black-and-white with a snap of color which catches the eye.

  8. Wow you are a true photographer, and I loved when you wrote “amigo” in my mother tongue Brazilian Portuguese, means “friend,” for male people.

  9. You’ve got some fun images here! My husband is a NIkon -lover too. Although he has recently switched to using the Sony NEX7 camera. You can check his images out at:
    Cool work. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post today!

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