Sunday, December 30, 2012

Where the water flows

This is one of my favorite spots along the Aspen Vista Trail. This is where the creek normally runs in the spring. It's covered in snow and ice now but if you stand really quite you can hear the water flowing under the ice. Talk about peaceful.

22 comments:

Kathy said...

This is a beautiful shot, Randy! Hope you have a great new year!

Nancy Claeys said...

Lovely -- we've visited a few creeks in the past few days and it's so beautiful to see the running water amidst the snow.

Judy said...

Oh, I just love snowshoeing out in the woods, winter changes things so much.

Lowell said...

Such a beautiful scene. Peaceful and serene. The snow is good, I'm sure, as it means water will flow in the spring.

MaCoBra said...

I love the snow you're having.

I take this comment to wish you a good 2013,

May you make lot's of phot's and share them with the community, I love your blog!

Birdman said...

I think I can hear it now. Tranquil.

TexWisGirl said...

i could almost feel it. :)

Judy said...

Peaceful is the right word to describe this scene.

VP said...

I understand why you like this place!

Gregory Urbano said...

Nice! Just be careful where you walk!

Michaele said...

Nature walks in winter are the best. BTW my two oldest daughters were in Santa Fe this weekend for a cooking class. I am green with envy.

Sharon said...

Beautiful!

JM said...

Really? That's fantastic! All the best for 2013.

Betty Manousos said...

lovely winter shot!

that's a lot of snow.

icecreamgun said...

Very nice!

Lynette said...

Talk about your perfect winter post, Randy. You've got it here, including letting us know that you can hear the water running! Wow! Thanks.

Jack said...

This looks like a fabulous place to be. Minus the snow, of course!

Peter said...

Sure looks peaceful, and cool.

parker said...

A beautiful spot on the Trail! Even has sound effects! Nice!

Michelle said...

I would love to stop and listen.

Traveling Hawk said...

Lovely winter landscape.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

How fantastic Randy, I'd love to experience this..