A Tour of Ice Rocks In Autumn, Pt. 2

Ready to see what was at the bottom of the ravine? I was hoping so 🙂

IMG_3506_blogIMG_3511_blogIMG_3519_blogAt the bottom of the ravine was a tiny little waterfall. Not more than a trickle, really, but words and photos can’t do adequate justice to the beauty and peacefulness of the little world at the bottom of the ravine.

IMG_3576_blogIMG_3587_blogIMG_3599_blogThis next photo wasn’t at the bottom of the ravine 🙂

After I climbed back up and out of that beautiful, magical world, I jumped back into my van and kept driving. When I saw a little graveyard not far from the road, there wasn’t much that could stop me from pulling over and taking a stroll.

Nothing has the power to stimulate my imagination and curiosity than an old graveyard!

IMG_3611_blogIMG_3612_blogIMG_3618_blog“The mountain’s on fire!”IMG_3623_blog

This little nature hike of mine actually came after I photographed a family in the Ice Rocks area. It was even more fun than taking pictures of the beautiful nature 🙂


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