I’ve been changing the way I eat and trying to create the habit of walking every day and yesterday I went walking on a portion of the Greenway Trail. I also decided to take my camera along to document my journey on this new trail. And then I decided to post it all here on the blog. You are forewarned, this post is image heavy!
Ready? Here we go!
You can read more about the Greenway Trail HERE if you like. It was a work in progress at least over the last decade but this was my first time walking a portion of it. It won’t be the last. There is more of this trail nearby and I will be sure to visit more of it.
Moving along, we’ll see some of the flora along the trail.
Beautiful and Plentiful Goldenrod
New England Aster
Cattails – I LOVE these things!
Abandoned Equipment (off to the side)
And then I crossed over the Bike Route.
Polk Berries – Image edited using one of Kim Klassen’s Lightroom Presets called “burnt almond”.
Autumn Olive – this is considered an invasive shrub/tree, however, the fruit is edible.
Boneset – a member of the Aster family
I believe this to be a Bushy Aster but am still trying to positively identify it. There are several look alikes.
Sumac – Isn’t this just lovely?
I’m trying to identify this lovely plant too.
And here at the 1 mile mark, I turn around. There are a couple bikers way up ahead.
I saw this as a great shot for using “lines”.
Another gorgeous white flower I’ve yet to identify.
And last but not least, Queen Anne’s Lace, aka Wild Carrot
If you stuck with the entire post, I applaud you and appreciate it so very much. I hope you enjoyed my walk with me and I may be posting another walk (wish a few less photos) real soon!
Thanks for stopping by!
Hugs and Have A Creative Day!