Poet’s Walk – Hudson Valley

This was a gorgeous walk. Poet’s Walk Park is a scenic Hudson river landscape that originally inspired 19th-century writers. This walk takes you from the quiet solitude of the forest to great open vistas and rolling hills. I got there early afternoon and the sun was beginning to set as I wrapped up my walk.

I thought I would take you along with me.

All good walks start with my Muck Boots!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A wooded winding path through winter’s bare trees.

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I love the winter sun. It hangs so low in the sky, the shadows are always beautiful.

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Emerging from the wooded path to a view of the Hudson River. Notice the pink tone to the sky. This pink has inspired many painters throughout American art history.

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Absolutely my favorite view. The light play on these fields created gorgeous rolling waves of land.

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Early arrival of the Moon, combined with the gorgeous winter sun light and crisp cloudless blue sky.

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The sun begins to set. That shadow to the right that stands up along the shadow line is my shadow.

 

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Poets Walk - Hudson Valley
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Poets Walk - Hudson Valley
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Christine Agro takes you along on a walk through Poets Park in the Hudson Valley.
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Christine Agro
Founder of The Church of Nature and High PriestessThe Church of Nature
Rev. Christine Agro is the founder and High Priestess of The Church of Nature. She is passionate about helping people connect with their own source of Self through the beautiful, loving and powerful reflection of Nature. Christine leads Nature's Sanctuary Sunday Service every Sunday. You can join the Service at www.natureschannel.fm. She also hosts Nature Speaks and The Songs of Plants and Trees at Nature's Channel as well.