Here I am starting a series of posts about my Friday evening walks in Seneca park. For about 10 years I have been spending my Friday evenings walking around the Clopper lake. I adopted this park or rather the park adopted me. I love it in any season and in any weather. I love it in long quiet Summer evenings when air stays still and the last stretched sun rays pass through the thick foliage. I love it in early Autumn, when it picturesque and full of busy rattle. I love it in rainy November days,when it is gloomy and brown. I love it in short Winter evenings, when air is crisp and trees are naked, and one can see very deep into the forest and sometimes spot a deer or two. In those evenings I love to watch how local geese gather in the lake preparing for night. But I love it the most in Spring when it gets back to life full of flowers and birds.
August 9th, 2013
Today, it was a nice and quiet evening. I saw a couple of little blue herons, one owl and a beaver. The beaver and the owl were quite misanthropic and did not allowed me to picture them, but herons were very cooperative.
To – Artem and Kate.