A gray, drizzly walk in Rock Creek Park ended up being a photographer’s delight.
Last Saturday’s freezing rain kept me from my usual walk, so I was determined to get out on Sunday. My determination was rewarded.
First I was absorbed by the bare tree limbs reaching into a sky textured by colliding grays.
Then I came upon a collage of moss, a nut, and twigs.
Even the puddles left behind by Saturday’s rain seemed transformed. This was in the parking lot by the Rock Creek Park Nature Center.
The bark on trees caught my eye. I am drawn to the abstract patterns of nature.
The best was when a fog settled in. It softened the landscape, and I snapped away.
And as I headed home, my camera captured the ripples in Soapstone Creek as water dripped from a tree.
Past walks in Rock Creek and Soapstone Parks