Saturday….recuperating from vacation….nothing going on…. how about a walk along the campus’s  Red Trail?  Great!  The flower show opened today, and our own show will be coming along soon.  Here’s the first sign…Snow Drops.

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Later, the trail runs close by the Rancocas south branch.   Here are some reflections of bare branches.  Foliage soon.  Picture shot for fun(k).

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Here’s a tiny “rapids” along Sharp’s Run.  Shot and aggressively messaged for fun(k).

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After I uploaded this post a shore-friend and photography colleague, Laura M.,  spotted this face in the rapids.  A Rancocas water spirit???

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That’s all.  Just take your camera along when you go for a walk.  You never know what’ll catch your eye.



  1. denisebushphoto Says:

    Thanks for showing us the snow drops! I am longing for Spring and this proves that it is right around the corner.

    • Ralph Berglund Says:

      Thanks, De. I was really surprised and excited when I came across two areas where they’re coming out. Everything’s so brown (including the Rancocas) that I didn’t really expect to see anything. Just had to escape the house for a while.

  2. eajackson Says:

    Lets go for a walk soon and find some fun(k) images. Neat shots

  3. Bonnie Says:

    I can see two different faces!

  4. Terry Wilson Says:

    I see a cat’s face to the left of the spirit face

  5. John Costello Says:

    Looks like a cross between ET and “the Scream”

  6. Susan Angulo Says:

    Hello Ralph,

    It’s always a pleasure to “see” through your eyes!!!
    Thanks again for sharing!

  7. MikeP Says:

    Wow… I now believe in the water spirit. Like the reflection of the reeds in the water.

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