Huntley Meadows Park

Long time no see! We’ve felt really guilty about never posting on here, but this past semester for Kirsten has been particularly brutal and we haven’t really been up to much lately. All of our weekends are taken up with schoolwork and housework. But Kirsten is almost done with this semester and next week is her last week of classes!

All but one of her projects are already done, so we took this opportunity to go enjoy the nice weather out and also to test out my newly acquired lenses! We headed over to a place not too far away from our apartment called Huntley Meadows Park. It has some nice trails and a wetland boardwalk where we spotted all sorts of cool wildlife. We even got a geocache in while we were there!

I’m excited to keep trying out my new lenses and summer is coming up, so hopefully we’ll be posting more often. Stay tuned!

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  1. Natalie Walter   •  

    Awesome photos! I love the crow and the squirrels. Can’t wait to see more!

    • Kirsten Baker   •  

      It’s a red-winged blackbird! You can see a little bit of the red and yellow on its wings. The squirrels were just babies – there were four of them all together in there.

  2. Evie   •  

    Are those salamanders in the water? Glad you could get out for some R&R. I like the heron, but am not sure what kind of a duck that is.

    • Kirsten Baker   •  

      We think those were tadpoles in the water, and also a sleeping/resting Canadian goose!

  3. Amanda Evett   •  

    We went there for the first time a few weeks ago! Very beautiful and calm, glad you got some rest!

  4. Tammy Walter   •  

    Those are some awesome photographs. The tadpoles in the water are pretty cool as well as the spider web in the flowers. Love the baby squirrels. 🙂 Looks like a nice place to visit.

  5. Lucille Walter   •  

    I’ll add my unique comment: “Beautiful photos!” We just got home from our “winter break”—a break from nothing, that is. We did enjoy the warm weather, however.

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