Thursday, May 7, 2009

In With The Old, Week Nineteen

Millcreek (January 2003)

Millcreek (March 2003)

Millcreek (March 2003)

Millcreek (April 2003)

Millcreek (May 2003)


Millcreek (October 2003)

The changing faces of Millcreek, the creek from which Millcreek Park in Willingboro, NJ gets its name. This park opened in 1973 and at the time was the largest municipal park in NJ. Millcreek flows into the Rancocas Creek, which is in the far background of these images. The sun is setting over Philadelphia and behind the trees on the right is NJ Route 130. But from this vantage point you think you are in the wilderness. Millcreek Park is less than two miles form my home and has a nice trail system that wanders through a wooded area bounded by the two creeks. A nice getaway close to home.

5 comments:

Danudin said...

Beautiful display of Sky painting Old Mother Nature turned on for you, great shots beauttiful Pallette.

Chesney said...

What a cool way to display these! I love seeing this beautiful scene at different times! Lovely!

top5cats said...

Beautiful Steve, your tripod must be in concrete at that site, mine would be. Each once seems to tell a story and have its own, color, and personality. Very nice.

Rachel said...

Stunning photos. What a lovely place to have so close.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to do this type of thing sometime. Just have to pick a location that is accessible year-round. I love the silhouetted ducks or geese in the final shot of the series...