A stripped down twig shows off some brilliant colours in the late day sunshine.
An unusual bit of greenery during a warm stretch in January.
Red stands out like no other colour in the drab or snowy season. These Hawthorn berries were difficult to snap on this windy day.
One of my stops along the path is this cedar tree where I leave a peanut or two for my furry pals. If you squint, you might see one coming to collect it.
OK, forget the squint. He's come into a bit better focus. Several of these cuties are ready for my approach every day. They see Benny and me coming, and they start hopping branches to get over to this tree. Over the weeks, I've been leaving a handful of peanuts on my way into the park and on my way back again. Spoiled much?
The bridge in the foreground crosses the creek and leads to those stairs which take you into town - just in case you were curious about where they go.
A simple fence on the other side of the creek.
A cute little girlie foot was missing this pink shoe. Someone had placed it on the tree branch in hopes of it being reunited with the tootsie in question.
I hope you enjoyed the stroll and the findings. More photos coming up soon.
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