Saturday, October 3, 2009

Seven Lakes State Park: the first beginning of Fall






It was out first visit ever to Seven Lakes State Park, just north of Detroit, but I certainly hope it will NOT be our last. We loved the hiking trails, which traced the edges of the lakes and climbed up narrow isthmuses between them, over hill and dale with lovely vistas at ever turn. A must visit for those who like to walk in lovely woodland settings. We also enjoyed a display of the first real fall color.

8 comments:

goda said...

So pretty, am super busy with school 15 credits this semester and work study. Will try to get new puppy pictures soon.

Vogon Poet said...

Almost incredible that those reds are real (I know they are). Autumn has a great appeal in a place like this.

B SQUARED said...

I hope your color will be good this year. I would say it is only so-so up here. Hopefully, the next two weeks will see the 'real' Fall. After that, I'll be heading south.

Asta said...

Hi Mary,

These shots are gorgeous!
Beautiful colours and beautiful sights. Autumn really is the most colourful time of the year.

I love the water reflections. Incredible!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Best regards
Asta

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thank you all for your wonderful comments. B, I'm headed your way on Tuesday. (Up to Harbor Springs).

Everyone be duly warned--I'll be away most of the week next week--I'll be posting automatically while I'm gone but may not be able to comment.

Jacob said...

I think I could spend a lot of time here...incredible.

V said...

I'll check to make sure dogs are allowed. My Domino would adore the trails.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

A gorgeous place well worth a visit!