Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Black and White Wednesday - Rock Wall

the long road

Black and White Wednesday is run by Lisa over at
The Long Road to China.

I am continuing my series on Connecticut state parks.




I am in a bit of a hurry tonight, so I will have to keep this short and sweet. I hope no one minds!

This man-made dam can be found at Day Pond State Park in Colchester, CT (by Marlborough). This park is all about the fishing and the hiking. The hiking trails look wonderful; it's too bad I didn't have enough time to wander when I was there.

I wanted to throw another black and white photo up, but I am going to let you all guess what the story is.

Why would I photograph some keys???

5 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

Beautiful photo but do tell...why are you photographing keys?!

justine said...

This is a great shot

Hart Johnson said...

That dam is gorgeous! I love it. And I love the key picture, too, though the only thing coming it mind is 'because it looked cool' which I doubt is your reason...

jeffkny said...

As usual, very nice photo of a park setting. Keep them coming. The keys? I know I know!

Margaret Bednar said...

I LOVE the reflection of stones in the water - a close up of that would be nice too.