The sunrise made these dew-covered plants absolutely glow, but only for about 10 minutes until the sun moved on along its path. Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail near Raleigh.
A sunrise over the Neuse River Greenway Trail brings dew-covered plants to life. Near Raleigh.
Steam dances on the surface of the Neuse River on a cool morning. Near Raleigh.
A Neuse River sunrise from a different perspective. On the Neuse River near Raleigh.
If you head down the Neuse River Greenway, then follow a ditch which turns into a creek, through the tunnel of trees, around the bend, you end up at this magical place on the banks of the Neuse River. Even kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding, it is easy to float past without ever seeing places
Can you see the runner? The Neuse River Greenway Trail is a great place to get out for a walk, run, or bike. It parallels the Neuse River for over 20 miles.
I found these as I was following a ditch that leads from the Neuse River Greenway Trail down to the Neuse River. They look like they just got so full that they exploded. The whole tree was weighted down with them. If you weren’t hiking off the trail or kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding down
Sunrise over the Neuse River, Raleigh.
Dew + spiderwebs + sunrise = a fun morning of photography. Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh.
A calm morning on the Upper Neuse River. Near Falls dam, Raleigh. You can’t really canoe, kayak, or paddleboard this far up the river when the water is low (like it has been all summer), but it is good for a hike, especially at sunrise.