The Seasons: Quarterly Images

I walk more miles in my visits to Eliza Howell Park in the coldest days of winter than I usually do in other seasons. There are fewer day-to-day changes to catch my attention and stop me for closer looks; some of the life here is dormant now.

Recently, after I took a picture of the river from the footbridge, I reviewed seasonal images of the past year from that spot.

February 7, 2021

November 9, 2020

August 10, 2020

May 3, 2020

These times — early in February, May, August, and November– are good times to experience the heart of each season. The following pictures are examples of other photos taken in the park at approximately the same times of the river pictures above.

Staghorn Sumac seed cluster, February 7, 2021

Mushrooms/fungi on tree, November 10, 2020

Clouded Sulphur butterfly on coneflower, August 9, 2020

Gray Catbird nest, May 8, 2020

One of the great things about living in this geograpical region is that there are four distinct seasons to observe and enjoy. Whatever time of the year that I walk in Eliza Howell Park, I am well aware that seasonal change is coming soon.

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