Yesterday and today was so nice out, I had to take advantage of the weather and get out and take some fall color photographs. Today was a visit to Turkey Run State Park in west central Indiana. The colors have not changed a lot yet but the yellows are definately there. Some reds make it an awesome sight to see but they are rare and far between.
I arrived at about 11:15 and started my adventure by going to the nature center first. After-all, it’s a long long drive from my home in Linden to the park. I walked down to the suspension bridge not knowing if it had been repaired and back in commission and to my delight it was ready to use. It looked nice having all new wood on the bridge. So my first objective was to hit trail 3 that runs along side Sugar Creek. I took a few photographs and also found out I am out of shape for hikng the trials like when I was a 20 year old. So with some huffing and puffing I made it to my destinations and photographed what I found interesting or pretty to show others. The following photographs were some of what I had seen today. I saw and talked to many people today so it was a good day with the sunshine and all.
It was a wonderful day to get back out into nature after not doing so for such a long time. Tomorrow I will probably pay for it dearly but it was worth it.
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