During a brief walk in Brightwood park this morning, I had encounters with a few interesting objects and would like to share them with you.
Watching the plants and the flowers made me feel like being in a concert. The program included but not limited to quartets, solos, and choir performances.
A log of a fallen tree, located on the Prospect Street side of the trail, across from the picnic area, appeared like a giant snake waking up in the spring concert.
On nearby trees, two blue jays performed singing and dancing. A mourning dove made a silent special pose. I wonder if this was inspired by the bald eagle sign of the US Postal Service.
On my way back home, I was attracted by the beautiful magnolia and forsythia flowers. The last two pictures were taken from my yard, outlooking those of my neighbors along Brightwood Ave. To me the stars-and-stripes is one of the most beautiful among all national symbols.
I am a frequent visitor of Brightwood Park and enjoy sharing my discoveries.
Brightwood Park is on the North end of Prospect Street. Go past Franklin School and look for the entrance on the left.