It was a perfectly beautiful day in the Mohawk Valley, sunny and warmer than it has been in a long time. I knew I would be happy if I got outside after work to enjoy it. I decided to take a walk with my Tablet and take pictures for a Pedestrian Post.
I did not really know what I hoped to get pictures of. The dirt-covered remains of snow piles? Brown grass at last uncovered? Bare tree branches? The last actually sounded good. I love to see bare branches against the sky. I have been admiring them against whit and grey skies lately. Today the sky was a lovely blue.
But could I get the shot? When I finally picked a tree to try, I found I could not clearly see the screen of my Tablet because of the sun. Oh dear. I clicked and hoped for the best.
That one didn’t turn out too bad. This is on the path over what used to be a hydraulic canal, a favorite place to walk or run. I took a shot of the path as well.
Next I decided to walk by my beloved Herkimer Historic Four Corners. I took pictures of all four corners, but I will only the best shots.
This was outside the Suiter House of the Herkimer County Historical Society, obviously one of my favorite places.
I continued down Main Street to Basloe Library. Naturally I wanted to give the library a shout-out.
It was a very pleasant walk. I am SO looking forward to spring!