We decided to head down to Rattray Marsh Conversation Area to see the fall leaves but the walk over from the beach was especially beautiful.
I planned to snap a few pictures while we were there for instagram but when I got back and looked at what I had taken…I couldn’t just pick one or two photos I liked to post so I’ll let them have their own life in a blog post.
The moon was starting to shine amongst the setting sun. It was nestled comfortably within the clouds like a puffy duvet.
A wooden walkway cricks and cracks amongst the shifting weight. Surrounding the populated path are knocks of woodpeckers, bugs playing violins with their legs, and birds chirping a melody.
Although we’ve been to this conservation area before we found somewhere new to explore. A displaced and broken man made vessel is bordered by rock formations right at the breach of the sand banks.
On our walk back it was deserted enough that I could capture the scenery I spotted on the way in. Like the trees decorated in red ribbon like leaves as if they were dressing for the night to come.
Thanks for coming along!