A Hike in the Fog

April 23, 2019

early morning hike
heavy fog engulfs all trails
clearing the clogged mind

I have never explored the Southern part of Henry Coe W. State Park before. So when a coworker mentioned, that wild flowers are still in full bloom, I decided to check it out last weekend. I started my hike from the Hunting Hollow entrance and hiked Jim Donnelly Trail up to Wilson Peak. And yes there were plenty of beautiful wild flowers along the way.

It was also rather wet, quite windy at the top, and there was dense fog for the most part of the way up. This is a condition I enjoy, since it is perfect for moody treescapes. Below are my favorite six pictures from this wonderful hike. You can check out some other treescapes from an earlier visit to the Northern Park here.

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