Jeremy have done a lot of local traveling this summer. It’s been pretty great and we’re meeting some fun new people. We headed to Asheville the Wednesday before July 4th weekend. It looked like it was going to rain the entire time but sometimes nature provides beautiful images and a bit of bad weather is a photographer’s blessing in disguise.
I totally forgot about my day spent at Collins Hill Park a few weekends ago. This is where I encountered my little mantis and ladybug friends. The park is enormous and it took us two hours to walk the perimeter. There’s a beautiful lake whose reflections I’ve featured on the blog before.
Here are a few more shots of the lovely park. I bet it’s beautiful in the spring and summer!
The birch trees lined the banks of the lake, upright and fiery. I couldn’t help but look down and see the stunning painting-esque effect the almost calm water was having on the scene. Collins Hill Park is large and beautiful with miles of walking trail and this stunning lake in the middle. Jeremy and I are going to try and find the prettiest parks in Gwinnett and this one was definitely up there!