Sunday, July 27, 2014

Let's Talk and Walk


I interrupt the red rocks documentation so I can tell you that I have revisited one of my favorite walking parks. To be honest with you only a few days before August I have done so little walking and visiting the nearby regional parks. Very recently on Fourth of July to be exact with a friend whose presence had been infrequent this year we decided to do our talking with our walking.

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Our favorite trail is the one that climbs up, a bit steep, but well worth all the huffing and puffing.

While us girls were busily catching up with our lives, the hubs was busy photographing nature. All the photos on this post, btw, belongs to the hubby. I had other things in mind than take photos.

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Up the trail, there is commanding view of the bay, Mt. Tamalpais from across the water, etc.

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As we we descend back to the parking lot, you can see how dry the grass was. I hope there aren't many wildfires this season.

This is MY WORLD this week.

17 comments:

  1. Delightful sequence of shots from your walk.

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  2. the photos are excellent. Quite a walk.

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  3. Your world is beautiful ~ Gorgeous nature photography and hope you had a wonderful walk ~ thanks for post for OWT ~

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  4. Gorgeous walk, I hope no wildfires too. Your wild flower close ups are beautiful!

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  5. It does look very dry there but the wildflowers are gorgeous!

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  6. Your husband took beautiful pictures, while you're having fun with your friends. What could be better than this? :-)

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  7. Very nice shots by your hubby!

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  8. The hills are alive with the sound of music. - singing that while looking at your photos!

    Wonderful place for a walk.

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  9. Beautiful images. kudo's to hubby.

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  10. Oh My!!! What beautiful nature pictures of close-up and great time together to walk♡♡♡

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  11. Tell Hubs he did a fantastic job with his Mother-Nature shots. I love them. And how fun that we also got to see you and your friend enjoying your walking and talking!

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  12. Excellent captures from walking trail.

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  13. That's a gorgeous place. The wildflowers made me think of Connecticut. Thanks for sharing the beauty.

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  14. Great shots of the flowers! I thought it was only you who are a great photographer. Seems the talent runs in the family ;)

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  15. Hubby did a fine job of shooting the close ups. I like the idea of walking and talking.

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  16. I love walking like what you did, and in a colder climate like yours i am sure it is much easier and lovelier. You can cover longer paths with cooler temps. Both you and your husband take very beautiful pics.

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