From day to day, the changing of seasons is slowly becoming more apparent by the colors along the trails. These images were captured yesterday at Moraine Nature Preserve. With the first mention of frost in the forecast for this season, the scene may be quite a bit different today. I’ll get back to you on that after my hike.
A quiet fishing spot in Hammond, Indiana is Wolf Lake, with train rails running along the edge of the water that seem to go on and on without end. Yet that is only an illusion since these railroad tracks are closed and unused, with a definite beginning and ending.
On my way to my morning hike at Pinhook Bog, I looked across an open field to the east. I decided the Indiana Dunes National Park trail could wait on me while I stopped to capture the golden glow of sunrise.
It is Macro Monday once again and time to take a closer look at small details that are often overlooked. Both photos captured were last month along the trails at Coffee Creek Watershed Preserve in Chesterton, Indiana.
“For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction,”