Winter is finally here.
📷 Fujifilm X-T3, 1/125 second at f/8, ISO 400, 16mm (XF 16mm f/1.4 R WR)
Winter decided to show up and I love it.
because life is like that, isn't it? its ebb and flow cannot be stopped. you step into the current and whatever's in your path will cross you and touch you and sometimes stay.
Down at Lock 3 in a snowstorm.
With snow still on the ground from this weekend and everything coated in a fresh layer of frost from the freezing fog, I just had to take a walk through the park this morning on my way to work!
📷 Fujifilm X-T3, 1/60 second at f/8, ISO 800, 16mm (XF 16mm f/1.4 R WR); Classic Chrome film simulation
Snow is my favorite ❄️👅 #tot
And then, somehow, we were together again. This is how it’s always been 🏢
I’m a sucker for chickadees
- I’ve been wanting to hike this trail forever and finally decided to do it this past weekend. The 5 inches of fresh snow created a beautiful winter wonderland for us to hike through and dogs loved every second of it ❄️ we hiked to Horseshoe Falls which was about 1.5 miles from Pioneer Village and then headed back. The bridge was definitely my favorite part!
The Portage Path, served as part of the western boundary of the USA in the late 18th Century, established by the Treaty of Fort McIntosh in 1785. For generations of Native Americans prior, it connected Lake Erie and the Ohio River---enabling travel from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico--- via the 8 mile overland trail between the Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas Rivers... #carryyourcanoe8miles
heart strings, violins, that’s what i hear when you’re by my side #finalsong #mø
Been so busy plowing snow I had to take a break and check out the views from the sky ☝️
The pure and simple beauty of a frozen January morning in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Benetka Bridge goes back to ~1900, spans the Ashtabula River, and sure is pretty to look at...but if you let it, you can be a traveler of both time and space... #kashmir
A walk in Walnut Woods with @bethsmash614
& mystery creatures leaving footprints in the snow.
"Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy his successes" -Abdul Kalam
Ash Cave has always been my favorite spot in Hocking