Monthly Photo Challenge: North Chagrin Reservation — August

It has been a wet, cool summer; the wettest on record I am told. Despite that however, the Reservation is lush and lazy as one would expect in the month of August. I found it more challenging to photograph this month. There were many other demands on my time. But I think these photos will give a sense of how the changing seasons continually transform this special place. And you will notice that the frogs are back! They are in a different location, but even so the kids love to crawl on the sculptures, frogs and snake. Enjoy!

The Changing Seasons is a Monthly Photo Challenge started by CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com.
The Changing Seasons is a Monthly Photo Challenge started by CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com.

8 thoughts on “Monthly Photo Challenge: North Chagrin Reservation — August

  1. My son would definitely love those frogs. For some reason he’s very interested in frogs. He visited the reptile park earlier this summer, so he’d probably love the snake too!

  2. Oh wow, gorgeous images. I live near a wildlife refuge in NJ that looks similar to this beautiful one in your area of the country. I love that you were able to capture some of herons (and an egret?).

    1. Thanks mithriluna! I am happy that you enjoyed this gallery. North Chagrin is one of my favorite places to go to unwind and relax. Thanks for stopping by and for taking time to leave a comment. 🙂

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