I love woodlands Val. I particularly love the lighting you get, which you've captured very well.M.
Love the trails at Peninsula State Park . . . and the bike trail is awesome also.
This is a great escape. Glad you took time out to capture this scene.
Marvelous trees--I would love to hike there.About your grandfather and swimming the Connecticut River--I'll bet he was swimming to the quarry in Portland. It was abandoned in the 1800s, filled with water and was a very popular swimming hole where kids would jump off the steep cliff-like sides into the water. A few years ago, it was bought by someone who turned it into an adventure park with cliff climbing/jumping, zip-lining, kayaking and of course, swimming. My younger daughter is (with much moaning and complaining) working there this summer.
looks a perfect place to be on a hot summer day, these wood shots are always so mystical and inviting, lovely peaceful shot
Hi Val,Beautiful! Looks like Mother Nature's air conditioning is working. Thanks for all the Depth of Field info. Greatly appreciate it. Have a great day!Sherrie
I can just feel the cooler air as on steps into the shade of the large trees. Love the line-up of trunks on the righthand side.
Sorry for misspelling "one" in my post as it makes no sense as is ...my proofing is bad today!
Nice dappled light here Val!
Great use of shadows. The dappled light is great.
I love how the trail leads us through those beautiful trees and lighting. Looks like the perfect place to be in 95+ degrees! :)
I love how inviting this is. You nailed the tricky to me dappled light exposure. Did you see my cousin Trish ;-)
What do you think?