“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.”
“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.”
“Details of the many walks I made along the crest have blurred, now, into a pleasing tapestry of grass and space and sunlight.”
– Colin Fletcher
Today (8/2/16) I went to Anthony’s Nose again. Since I have written about my travels to the Nose several times, I am finding it more and more difficult to find ways to describe and chronicle just how great this hike is. As you may or may not know, my hikes to the Nose are what I use to get my mind straight. It doesn’t matter that I have traveled from South Mountain Pass to the Nose countless times, the anticipation and eventual hike are always physically demanding but at the same time mentally soothing.
In order to give you all a little bit of a different perspective of the hike to the Nose, all of the pictures that I took today are in black and white. I will admit that I do have a preference for B & W photos, so I look forward to seeing what you think.
One of the things that I really have not mentioned in any of my posts is that there is a viewpoint almost at the Nose where you have this incredible view looking north on the Hudson River.
Five minutes away from this viewpoint is Anthony’s Nose. Here are some pictures taken of Bear Mt., Iona Island, The Torne and the Bear Mt. Bridge.
So another excellent hike to the Nose ends. I hope that you enjoy the pictures, as different as they may be.
How come Anthony’s Nose is terrifying to look at, but most of your photos make it look flat? Here’s a question…….how to color-blind people see your pics? ok, ok, I’ll stop. Listen, I just nominated you for a blog game/thingy/I don’t know what to call it. I never participate in these but I thought this one was fun. Do not feel even an iota of pressure for this. But I enjoyed it and it will introduce others to your blog and vice-versa.
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