Along Ten Mile River

Along Ten Mile River

Hiking south on the Appalachian Trial from Bull’s Bridge toward the Ten Mile River Bridge.

This may be the most walked/hiked section of the entire Appalachian Trail (AT) in that it’s easy to get to and has spectacular views of the Housatonic River. We hike it a few times each year at this time because my hiking partner Dave likes to photograph wildflowers and this section, for some reason, is loaded with them.

This day was too cold, they were up but not open.

No matter, plenty of other things to photograph like the mottled light in a small calm place on the edge of Ten Mile River and a magnificent tulip tree.

Tulip tree from below

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