We all have a go to spot. You know, a place where you feel comfortable, familiar with and pretty much know what to expect. Dry Creek Park is that place for me. In the summer it’s teaming with families enjoying the water, wading and swimming. It’s green and lush.

However, in the winter, the trees are barren, with branches strewn all over. I wonder whether they come in during the spring and clean it out before the summer crowd hits. I thought I’d see more water in the creek because of this winter’s rain, but I didn’t notice much of an increase in height.

There is a playground, tennis courts and a covered picnic area in addition the creek separated by a concrete roadway and large grass area.

Marlene and I went for a quick shoot. I wasn’t raining and we both wanted to get out. That’s the kind of place it is–a go to spot.

 

15 thoughts on “My go to spot: Dry Creek Park, Roseville, CA

    1. Thanks Julz. Okay, it looks like the top of an alligator! But, it got you looking at the log. Thanks for visiting my blog, and I do appreciate your comments. I am enjoying yours also.

  1. Yes, that would have done it! I find photography is opening my imagination. It also helps to go shooting with someone like Marlene who sees faces! Maybe we’ll both be locked up!

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