Friday, October 16, 2009

Along Trimble Trail

Two weekends ago, we ventured out along the Trimble Trail. Located within the Belfountain Conservation Area, it is a side footpath of the Bruce Trail which runs along the Niagara Escarpment.



There were waterfalls...

steep, rocky stairways...

and an inukshuk to mark the way!

Wooden bridges over...

gently rolling water,

helped us capture breathtaking views!



12 comments:

g-man said...

Felicitas...Merci Ma Chere!
Welcome to the Jungle young Lady...:-)
You may use any writing style you like as long as it's 55 words...OK?
Your Nature 55 Rocked!!!
Thank you for visiting and your fine contribution. I hoped you found this challenging and fun...
Have a Stellar Week-End...G

anthonynorth said...

That looks a great place.

Chef Kar said...

I don't think our gracious G-Man will mind if you haven't posted fiction [I have yet to myself]. Your photographs are wonderful ~ telling a story all on their own. Beautiful.

You can find my 55 here.

Have a great weekend,

Chef Kar

Felicitas said...

Thank you, everyone! I loved this challenge and look forward to doing it again. Wonderful to connect with all of you!

hope said...

I enjoyed the photos along with the words! Everyone does 55 their own way and this was a pleasant change of pace. Nicely done!

Kimmy said...

Breathtaking is right! It reminds me of Middle Earth( Lord of the Rings) in the Fall of Rivendell. Brilliant!

Felicitas said...

Hope - Thanks for the encouragement. I definitely enjoyed doing it.

Felicitas said...

Kimmy - Yes, it really is that beautiful - even more so in later fall, when the leaves have all changed colour or in summer, when it is really lush.

Alexys Fairfield said...

Hi Felicitas,

Thank you for taking my mind on the vacation it deserves. It was rejuvenating, not to mention very peaceful. Waterfalls are always refreshing. Thanks again my friend.

Felicitas said...

Alexys, I'm so glad you enjoyed these, and as always, you are so very welcome!

Mark said...

Thanks for sharing this beauty!

Felicitas said...

: ) Mark, my pleasure!