Saturday Morning Zen
Drainage ditch is flowing, first mile of Doudy Draw
The east side of the Doudy Draw valley
Mile 2; at the top of a small mesa, looking west.
Heading in the woods, there's a rotted tree that's beginning its descent back to the earth.
On the backside of the mountain now, heading toward Eldorado Canyon.
A small fire blew through here a little while ago...
Looking up into the craggy cliffs
Through the trees, a new world awaits
Berries are still hanging on, the only vibrant color right now.
Entering into Eldorado Canyon, where the rocks are large and the wind blows strong.
The scree field on the south side of the trail.
Tall rocks. In the summer climbers are out here getting their groove on.
The only stretch of snow on the entire run... pure ice with a little dirt on the top.
A bronze mountain lion, to remind us of who lives in this wild place.
Your gorgeous photos make me so nostalgic for the Boulder area! Luckily, the feeling of finding a new world waiting in the trees translates well to the East Coast, too. Thanks for posting these!
In a nutshell: Sustainability consultant focused on triple bottom line aspects within companies and corporations. I run, write, play with my kids and dog, and currently own five pairs of running shoes.
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