Cold mornings and a warm river mean lots of moisture in the air. Everything near the river is covered in a layer of dew. Add in a brilliant sunrise and even something as mundane as a spiderweb looks amazing.
In search of breakfast, this hawk scans the Neuse River Greenway Trail for any sign of movement. In Raleigh.
Slow it down! Looking down from the Old Falls of Neuse Rd bridge.
Let’s play another game of, “What’s Behind the rock?” On the Upper Neuse River in Raleigh.
Natural abstract. Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh.
Low water levels in Falls Lake have cut the releases from Falls Dam way down. This means the already rocky Upper Neuse River is super shallow and very rocky. Not good for kayaking, but great if you want to wade and fish. Or just stand there, like this heron.
It’s not the reds that you see in the mountains, but there is plenty of color out along the Neuse River and the Greenway Trail.
A holy heron? The first rays of sunlight through the trees illuminated this heron as if it was having a divine experience.
This hawk was intently scanning the Neuse River Greenway Trail for any signs of movement. If you look closely, you’ll notice that he is just standing on one foot. Random.
There’s a fungus among us. Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh.