Any plans for this weekend? We are going to Charleston for Shrimp/Grits run, only 5K run, it should be fun. We like Charleston and try to visit it once or twice each year.
Unless you are a waterfalls geek, and know every single waterfall, you probably not going to know it right away. Give you a little clue – it has been shown around here in the past, slightly different angle. Where is it?
Week later update: Took me a while to get back on my blog, its been busy time with non-blogging activities. This is in Osceola Wisconsin. I had another view of this waterfall from the other side, you might remember it, check it out.
Over weekend we went to see friends in Minneapolis and took a quick ride over to Wisconsin to get another state under my belt. Yep, one more, so far pretty good progress this year, and it isn’t even over yet.
This nice waterfall is located in Osceola and you can walk behind it, pretty cool.
Last night we watched “Chasing Mavericks” and it made me think about California coastline. This photo is not exactly the same area where they do a lot of surfing, but it made think about this spot as I watched the movie. We stopped here during the bright sunny day, not the best time for photography, but when you have only one day to cover a lot of places it is hard to be picky. There were quite a few people on the short trail that takes from the parking to this view and even during the day there were a few folks with serious cameras.
Girl in the red shirt asked me if I’m going to post whatever I was shooting somewhere online. I told her my web site name. It took me about two month to post it. I wonder if she ever remembered the name of the site and came back time to time to check on the status of it. Probably not.
Yesterday afternoon after I finished with my work we decided to escape the heat and go for a short (only five miles, mind you) hike in the mountains, the Boone Fork Trail. We were hoping to get some berries, they are usually get ripe in the middle to end of July, but with this Spring and Summer being so hot we thought that maybe they will be ready couple weeks earlier. They were not. Maybe another week. As I mentioned Boone Fork Trail is a five miles loop, it goes through some rolling hills and season pastures, which are full with berries and then it gets into the forestry area and goes along a small creek, which turns into much bigger mountain creek, almost like a small river. Along the way I saw this little waterfall, we decided to take a small break and take a photo of it. btw, it looks better in high resolution, just click on it.
And here a few other random photos from this hike…