Feb 13: Landscapes

I drove down a dead-end dirt road one morning, which led me to an outfitters place. Just before that was a large fenced area that supposedly offered a path to a hammock, which is a “shady habitat containing a rich diversity of trees, shrubs and wildlife.” On the map it looked interesting. Standing at the opening in the fence, my first thought was this is where the bodies get buried.

The path, such as it was, hadn’t been taken care of in a long time. I decided not to explore. It spooked me.

The thing is you’re always safest when you’re alone… but what if someone was ahead of me, and I ran into them?

I’ve probably read too many murder mysteries. 😉 But I decided to go somewhere else for pictures that morning.

Two men fishing in Lake Istokpoga.

A black vulture cleaning up our roads. There were a bunch of them poking at the dead boar, but this was the only one that didn’t fly off when I approached. 

Eastern phoebe. I like the natural framing on this photo. No flash was used; it’s lit by the morning sun.

Beside the road that leads to North Park on Istokpoga is a fenced area with horses. This fat fellow posed for me. 

The boardwalk at North Park. There is a terrific view of the lake if you walk to the end.

See you next time.

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