There’s something very primeval about being in the woods when darkness descends.
I can often feel more spiritual and closer to God while out in nature, than in church. My time under these tall pine trees (while hiking in northern Wisconsin) is a prime example of that.
Biking the Three Eagle Trail, near Eagle River, Wisconsin.
100 year-old trees at the Star Lake (Wisconsin) Pine Plantation.
Springtime in the UW Arboretum. Things are really greening up.
While visiting Governor Dodge State Park last weekend, I came across a road surrounded by yellow maple trees, and perfectly illuminated by the late afternoon sun.
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Nothing like a peaceful early morning walk in the forest.
Wildcat Mountain State Park