The Creek

I’ve shown you the river that runs though Halls Creek Wood Nature Preserve.  Now, it’s time to show you the preserve’s namesake, Halls Creek.  The creek is quaint with water lightly rushing across the limestone bedrock whittling fallen tree limbs into smooth art.  It was fun jumping from rock to rock taking photos along the way. Click here to view my video on the creek.

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Rushing

Rushing

Shine.

Whittled.

Leafed.

Tree bone.

Blue reflection.

Rock city.

Going down.

Stuck.

Bits of yellow.

Crossing.

Peaceful, easy, feeling.

Lazy afternoon.

Floater.

Instructions.

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72 responses to “The Creek

  1. Can’t decide which one is my favorite out of these. As a kid, I always loved finding rivers and trying to jump from rock to rock. Tended to get stuck in the middle, but it was an adventure.

  2. The water is clear , no fishes are here, no wanderer no people no one I am a single fallen leaf from the near by tree, a remains of winter, going down stream..I know that spring is coming and my life is over like a dream..but I will be useful it seems..if not picked up by people who comes to clean..I want to return to soil and find my peace..dust to dust indeed.

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  4. I too love your taste for shooting at lonely, abandoned, deserted places. Perhaps you like more of the ‘deafening silence’ that may prevail in such more of like haunted spaces, where crickets and howl of wind and brooks bubbling alone exist! Such places will heal our heart and mind,Seth! Thanks for sharing them visually alive by video too!

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  6. water is one of my favourite features…I’m a Pisces, maybe that explains it? I particularly love crossings and lazy afternoon…the latter for the sun shining through the trees & reflecting in the water…I rather like the movement in going down as well…very cool as always… 🙂

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