Random landscapes

I don't know if any of JerseyJack's past pics are from these places but I've really been on the lookout for green spaces to escape to since this bad stuff all began. I recommend 2 places that were not known to me before:   Silas Condict Park in Kinnelon and Hedden County Park in Randolph.  Not too far, good hiking (Condict has a great rugged bouldery hike with some really nice views), pretty, relaxing.


"The Shack", LBI...

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soda said:

"The Shack", LBI...

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 A guy from Tuckerton reclaimed the wood from the shack. I have a frame of a lighthouse photo which is made from wood from "The Shack."


soda said:

"The Shack", LBI...

-s.

 excellent !

Makes me want to look for my older Barnegat Bay photos.


“Down the shore” Barnegat lagoon


mtierney said:

“Down the shore” Barnegat lagoon

 I particularly like the top one.


Formerlyjerseyjack said:


From several trips

 Stones are from a private park in Bangor, Pa. The  developer was fascinated with Celtic antiquities and built facsimiles on his property.


Sometimes you even find a chair in the middle of your hike.


Scully said:

Looks comfy

 —-butt cold.


Jasper National Park, Alberta, 2018:Lake Patricia with Pyramid Mountain in the background...

-s.


soda said:

Jasper National Park, Alberta, 2018:Lake Patricia with Pyramid Mountain in the background...

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 Nicely done


After the rain this morning.


round valley reservoir 


I really REALLY like the third one...


The fog at underhill last night.


Awesome!

Shoulda happened on the 31st though... smile


Tarrytown, overlooking the Hudson


Stoked State Forest. 10/22/20


the day began with fog....


I particularly like the 4th one down - peaceful 


Jenny Jump State Park


Jasper Lodge, B.C., 2018...

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soda said:

Jasper Lodge, B.C., 2018...

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 Is that Chris Christie on the left side of the pool?

raspberry


Bald Pate Mountain, Mercer County


10/27/20


Hands down LOVE the middle one  wink


I left my camera home from today’s hike.. so ya gotta put up with, from my yard.


From the hill, north side of Flemington. In the background, is the Sourland ridge- approximately 15 miles from Flemington.


oh, from yesterday, a swan that got on the road and couldn’t figure how to get back in the pond.



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