The Nature Walk Project: One Year Later

This is it!  A year in the making!  I’ve been walking around the same lake, once a month for a year, documenting the seasonal changes, the animals and the plants.  Last night I took my final picture of this lovely, little lake path.  Below is a photo compilation of the wooden bridge that crosses the lake.  The photos start in October 2011 and ended last night, the last day of October 2012.

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This isn’t the end of The Nature Walk Project, there are many more exciting adventures to come but it is the end of this chapter, the first chapter.  I’m so glad that you could join me for these walks.

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20 thoughts on “The Nature Walk Project: One Year Later

  1. A year in the life of a small park :). I love it! We tend not to see our local surroundings. We don’t notice the beauty as we beaver away in our day to day “doings” but if we take ourselves out there (hey folks walk the dog!) into it, and immerse ourselves in our world we can’t help but see just how precious and beautiful it all really is :). Earl might be more than a handful but he most certainly has given me more than enough exercise and exposure to beauty early in the morning than I would ever have had if we hadn’t bought him (we paid for him! sigh….)

    1. Ha! How do you do that, so often you sum things up beautifully…”A year in the life of a small park”. It really was a wonderful experience and it only took one hour a month, that’s it! I went out for my walk and had my simply intention of just paying attention to the going-ons of this small lake path. Anyone could do it! :)

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