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A Walk in the Woods
One evening in March, I decided to go to Asylum Bay to photograph the sunset. I knew the sun wouldn’t be where I wanted it, but I was hoping for some evening glow. When I got to the road where I was supposed to turn, I saw a small gravel parking lot, and my curiosity got the best of me. I pulled in to discover that it was a nature preserve that was open to the public. So I decided to go for a walk there instead. And I have zero regrets.
I took way too many photos while I walked along the path. But it was nice to get some much-needed fresh air and vitamin D. When I was going through my photos, I found three that I actually liked. But that’s how it goes sometimes. I can’t wait to go back in the summer to explore further.
I walked pretty far, and I would have kept going, but I came to a fork in the path. Which would have been ok, except I am directionally challenged, I was alone, and I was running out of daylight. I made several TikToks, and I posted a few photos on my Instagram.
My favorite image is the one on the top left. The one with the creek going through the middle of the composition. Which one is your favorite? Drop a comment below
7 responses to “A Walk in the Woods”
I like all of them but I like the one on the right best
I’m glad you like them!
I like the one with the creek as well! But they are all beautiful!
Thank you, Lisa. 🙂
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