We hiked in the 1.7 miles up to the intersection of the pipe and the end of one section of the trail. We dropped our packs and climbed up the steep path that houses the pipe
While in general, it is a great to think of photography, and life for that matter, from a variety of perspectivies. But today, I chose to go singularly with the macro lens.
They served me well over the past seasons, but they too, are tired. They are probably hurt as much as my feet hurt.
I figured if I was going to risk my life on the narrow passageway, I might as well do it when I am most fortified and motivated.
The 4th of July weekend presented lots of holiday fun and also lots of hiking beauty. This post focuses on the hiking.
After hiking up the hill, I discovered that there was a lot more to the trail.
Regrowth is underway in Provo Canyon following last October's Range Fire that burned thousands and thousands of acres.
And while my initial reaction is frustration coupled with a little bit of anger, I need to look for ways to create connection and understanding. I can do this through compassion about their wanting to run on those wonderful trails and maybe use that as a starting point to help build awareness and help foster some patience.
I was convinced I was not going another step and I was willing to accept falling a bit short of making it to the summit that was about 200 yards away.
At first, I thought it was a humming bird. But when it was on the ground flapping its wings, I could tell it was something different.