Saturday, July 16, 2016

Roxborough State Park Hike

This morning I hiked in Roxborough State Park for the first time this year.  It is a little jewel of a park, the only state park that is designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior as a National Natural Landmark.  I am always cheered at the sight of the red rock formations at the park entrance.

I was hoping to photograph some wildlife this morning -- birds, lizards, snakes, maybe a mountain lion (from a distance).  But the only wildlife I saw today were about a hundred blue dragonflies and this young deer that was loitering beside the visitor center.

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