Saturday, May 2, 2009

Natirar in Spring


Spring comes to my favorite park.  It is named for the Raritan River, which runs through it.  Natirar is Raritan spelled backwards.  I shot this photo on Sunday.  We have since had more rain, and everything is looking very green indeed.  :)

15 comments:

Country Girl said...

Looks like a beautiful park. You've posted this park before and I loved it then as well. Have a wonderful weekend.

Mary said...

Did I just post this not too long ago? Am I losing my mind? This not sleeping thing is starting to get to me...

Enjoy your weekend, Kate. :)

Southerncook said...

You have the most amazing photos. You are very gifted. Did I miss somewhere that you are a professional photographer??? Finding your blog has made my day. Thank you for sharing your gift.

Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

Robert Kruh said...

Beautiful park, lovely captured! Great spring ... tnx for sharing!

Jill of All Trades said...

Great shot. Amazing how the gray and brown can so suddenly turn green, almost overnight.

Michele said...

It's beautiful... the greens are amazing. I am starting to see greens appear here as well and it's making me giddy! =)

Desiree Leigh Thompson said...

Great photography. I want to be there!

Deborah Godin said...

Generally I tend to like wild habitat the best, but looking at a place like this - there is great beauty in created parkland, too. I'm totally drawn in to this!

Cindy said...

All your photos are beautiful. I love the park and snowfall photos. Have a great weekend.

Cindy

Mary said...

Welcome, Carolyn, and thanks! No, I'm just an amateur. :)

Connie said...

So serene and inviting.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful...I visit here daily...just don't always comment...thanks for giving me a moment of serene beauty...everyday...
Thanks
Becky

olivia said...

That is beautiful.

Char said...

so beautiful

Steve B said...

This time of year gives us so many pastel colors to look at. Things are greening up here in Gloucester, too.