The Big Blue River, which runs from central Nebraska into Kansas where it intersects with the Kansas River east of Manhattan …
Named the Great Blue Earth River by the Kansa Indians, the Big Blue must in recent history have actually ran blue instead of murky brown-green. In the shadows, one can still see what it may have looked like.
A freight bridge, crossing the Big Blue … where do those trains go?
Just feet away, one can look skyward and get lost in the trees.
I took these pictures on one section of the Linear Park Trail which circles Manhattan. There are a few places on the trail where one thinks, “I can see the trees and trail before me, but where does the path lead? Will it take me far?”
You got some great shots. Very pretty area.
Thank you. We do have some nice walking areas.
Great photos… Thanks for stopping by my blog 😊
Thanks! I enjoyed yours too!
Thank you : )
I enjoyed this set of pictures a lot. What a still day you had.
Thank you for your comment. I am glad that you like these photos. At this time of year it seems as though the wind is all or nothing.