A different perspective. Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail, in Raleigh.
Along the Neuse River Greenway Trail in Raleigh
On Falls Lake, in Raleigh.
Sitting on the edge of a fogged-in Neuse River on the last warm morning of the Fall just watching the herons. I’m almost asleep now, just thinking about it.
The water and sky blend to make Falls Lake a bit otherworldly (it’s a word- I checked). On a very foggy morning in Raleigh.
Nature is pretty amazing. It just grows. If there is any opportunity, it makes it happen. Even if it is straight out of the side of a tree. On the shore of Falls Lake, in Raleigh.
Falls Dam and the Neuse River appear to struggle under the weight of a dense, low fog. One of those where you can see the tiny drops flittering around in the air.
Don’t know if this qualifies as a spooky spider web, but it’s all we’ve got. With the cool mornings and the warm river, there is an incredible amount of moisture in the air along the Neuse River and it clings to everything. In Raleigh.
When I saved this picture, I named it, “Slow Ride,” I assume it was subconsciously after the ’70’s rock song. It just felt right. This was up at Falls Dam with about 5,000cfs flowing out.
A super-foggy and dead calm morning give the pump house at Falls Dam a very cold war/ post-apocalyptic feel. In Raleigh.