Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Nature Down by The Creek


My morning walks are on a trail that is part of a regional preserve, and has a creek running parallel to the trail; it is fortuitously down the street a couple of blocks from where I live. The beauty of this place is what gets me up most mornings, knowing that early morning is the best time for cool breezes, and the morning light. I’ve also found that these wild turkeys are out grazing then too. They’re thinking breakfast, and I’m thinking Thanksgiving dinner. The creek gurgles along, the birds are waking up and calling to one another, and jack rabbits with huge ears run across the trail in a flash, and are gone.


Things rustle in the grasses, and I keep an eye out.

“What nature delivers to us is never stale. Because what nature creates has eternity in it”  ~Isaac Bashevis Singer

Photos taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+ and edited using a native filter within Camera+.

More nature photos can be found on Sally’s blog here

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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17 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Nature Down by The Creek

  1. Love the shot of the grasses, Angeline. I can see them waving from here. 🙂 What a blessing to have somewhere close to go and by with nature. We have the same think here.



  2. Jo Bryant says:

    Great photos…but I really love the quote.


  3. Prior-2001 says:

    the lighting is amazing… 🙂


  4. Great minds I posted wild turkeys today! Love the Grasses always trying to capture them great capture with the dark background to show them off!!


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  6. Great photos!
    Liebe Gruesse Monika


  7. LavendarLadi says:

    There’s nothing quite as soothing as the sound of grass softly rustling in the breeze.


  8. thirdeyemom says:

    Beautiful Angeline! Morning is the best time for a walk to listen to the birds!


  9. Angeline, you and I are fortunate to have a preserve so accessible. I walk every day in a part of the White Clay Creek Preserve, which is less than a mile from my home. Really enjoyed your set go images. Happy Photo Challenge.


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