Amazing Art Trails from around the World.
Streets of Brisbane long exposure showing light trails of cars.

Passing storm sunset, Scoville Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. July 14, 2021, 8:33 PM. Well, that was close. Now enjoy the sunset.

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40 years ago today: The Appalachian Trail went into Dark Entry Ravine, ascending through the perpetual twilight silence of an old hemlock forest. Long years of decomposing fallen needles had buried the boulder-strewn ground and transformed it into a soft, lumpy carpet. It was lovely, even though the stream was barely running.

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40 years ago today: It was still cloudy this morning when I woke up, and the air had turned even chillier. I had not seen a morning that cold since Tennessee. After the persistent heat wave that dogged me through six states from Virginia through New York, shivering was a pleasure. Still, in order to warm up, I really had to start moving quickly when I hit the trail.

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Cloudless October afternoon atop the Giant's Chest, Sleeping Giant State Park, Hamden, Connecticut. October 27, 2022, 4:25 PM.

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40 years ago today: Macedonia Brook abounded in tough climbs. The rocky trail off Cobble Mountain descended very steeply over boulders sheathed with slick, dripping moss. There were more nice views a mile later, from the top of Pine Hill. The entire state park was beautiful, one of the nicest stretches on the since Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

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I miss dialogue bubbles in Trails games, they get rid of it in replaced with banner like block at the bottom of the screen

Also, when approached a NPC, a Talk bubble will appear, it will grey out if youve talked to them, some of them you may need to talk to more than twice and their dialogue would be different. I spent hours talking to them until no ones left

Problem is, it will not be indicated on the mini map, not until Kuro

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40 years ago today: The open, grassy crest of Cobble Mountain looked just as lovely today as the image which had lingered in my memory. Encircling the summit was a sprawling, rocky meadow with extensive views to the north and west. The mountain overlooked a lush, green valley filled with forests and pastures in the foothills of eastern New York State.

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S'il y a un truc retenir que a fait bien c'est l'accs au lore contextuel depuis n'importe quel moment du jeu pour rappeler qui est qui et quels sont les enjeux.

J'aurais bien besoin de a dans into Reverie.

Copse of early fall color trees, New Britain Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. Maples, among others, are early autumn colors standouts.

Shades of green: water grasses, lily pads, pines and hemlocks at Herron Pond, White Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary, Morris, Connecticut. August 1, 2023, 1:51 PM. Not to mention a crystal clear deep blue sky, so rare in August.

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40 years ago today: The first few miles of Connecticut trail were on typically rough New England trail, but there were good views through the rain from some ledges called Indian Rocks and from the summit of Mount Algo.

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40 years ago today: The first mile of the days hike was on a forest path. Swarms of biting deer flies harassed me relentlessly during that stretch. It was a relief to come out on the beginning of a three-mile roadwalk and leave the little bastards behind me, but the escape was only temporary.

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Royal blue and vivid orange sunset, Hidden Lake, Fall Mountain, Plymouth, Connecticut. September 9, 2019, 7:35 PM.

Walking through an October forest, Mattatuck Trail, northeast Wolcott, Connecticut. October 19, 2020, 5:20 PM.

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40 years ago today: 40 years ago today: We did not leave her house until 6:00, and we still had eight more miles to go in order to reach the side trail to the shelter, and another half-mile on the side trail. About two hours of daylight remained. At the house, we learned that it was supposed to rain tonight, so we were determined to make it.

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Mount Ascutney, Vermont

Every way up
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1.4 to 9.0 mile hikes Medium difficulty Gain 310 to 3,000 feet

Colonial Iron Mine in York, South Carolina

During the American Revolutionary War, iron excavated from this mine was used to make swords, canons, and more.

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Golden hour walk at the reservoir, Scoville Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. July 19, 2020, 7:35 PM.

My little dude Myles used to be the best hiking buddy. Hes 14 years old now and because we now live in a desert state, theres no more hiking for him. But I love to look at old photos of our hikes and I miss those trails.

Vom Regen in die Sonne

Eine Wanderung ber die Jagtanlage Rieseneck und den Herzogstuhl im Saale-Holzland.

Noch im regnerischen Grau in Grau am Morgen gestartet, haben die Wolken zum Mittag die Sonne frei gegeben. Ein Wechselspiel zwischen Licht und Schatten, aber alles von einem feuchten Glanz berzogen hat fr eine ganz besondere Stimmung im Wald gesorgt

Sunset geese and lily pads, Scoville Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. July 19, 2020, 7:28 PM.

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Fascinating insights into walking / hiking trails, and how / why theyre created -

Before By Kaye Menner Quality lovely at:

Changi Jurassic Mile in Singapore

A dinosaur-laden walking trail outside Singapore&s Changi Airport.

The new January normal sunset, Scoville Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. January 26, 2020, 4:49 PM. One more Connecticut mid-winter sunset, hold the ice... and snow.

Bright orange and pale violet sunset, New Britain Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. September 17, 2019, 6:56 PM.

Out to the trig point at Dun Fionn with Nuis.



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Fire and ice sunset 2. Scoville Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut. February 17, 2021, 4:49 PM.

Walking round the local trails

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One of those rare August days, New Britain Reservoir, Southington, Connecticut. August 8, 2020, 4:16 PM. A mass of cool, dry air comes in from the northwest, breaking the mid-summer heat and humidity. Color is back. Deep blue sky with puffy fair weather clouds.

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40 years ago today: I left the Brien Shelter at 6:00. It had taken me an hour to regroup psychologically more than physically. All day, I had been driving this out-of-shape body towards a single goal: that shelter. Then, I discovered I had to push it farther to water that probably did not exist. It was a somewhat discouraging prospect. A more immediate physical hurdle

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Good morning!

' has holes
in its .
It leaves little
crumb
so that we,
when anxious,
can follow it.

Hope's secret:
it doesn't know
the destination
it knows only
that all roads
begin with one
foot in front
of the other.

'Hope has holes in its pockets, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs we can always follow' - so true to my own experience and I love this so much.

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40 years ago today: It is 9:00 P.M. Crazy and I have our tents pitched next to a busy road known as the Old Orange Turnpike. With all the traffic and the racket coming from a nearby rifle range, it is not an ideal spot for sleep.

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