Monday, December 4, 2017

Verdant Forest...


...along one of the Trilogy trails.

17 comments:

William Kendall said...

Totally different flora than what we have here.

bill burke said...

Looks like a wonderful trail to walk and explore. Very nice, I like it.

Andy said...

To a Northern like me the weather looks great.

Taken For Granted said...

An open, young forest. Forests do not look like that in this part of the country.

Lois said...

Very pretty. I like that baby pine tree in the foreground.

RedPat said...

That looks very pleasant, Lowell! It looks like you two have picked a really nice area to live.

magiceye said...

Not wild. Designed for pleasure!

Petrea Burchard said...

There was a forest at the Trilogy near Seattle where my in-laws lived for a while. Different kind of forest, of course, but the trails were lovely.

Kay said...

Ditto what most everyone else has said: this looks so different from the forests I'm accustomed to. It looks lovely, quite a pleasant place to walk.

Gosia k said...

Looks great

Marleen said...

Looks perfect for a hike. Nice photo, Lowell.

Re your question on my blog, yes it can be used outdoor as it's very light, but it's kitchen ware from the 1960s/1970s so most people will find it old fashioned. Nostalgic and looking nice, but old fashioned.

Blogoratti said...

A really splendid view indeed. Greetings.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Belo e verdejante.
Uma boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Kate said...

Since it snowed here last night with the temperature sinking (thank you, Canada) this is a welcome sight. I particularly like the "bad hair" plant in the foreground.

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful image, Lowell, I like to see something green these days...

Sharon Anck said...

That looks like a great place for walking and communing with nature.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh yes, the joys of the rainy season after the rain is over for the year! Beautiful Florida -- we're glad to be home.

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