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Red Mountain Park is a 1200 acre park stretching four-and-one-half miles along Red Mountain. The trail system in the park currently covers over eleven miles of hiking and biking trails.
Several years ago I wrote about a visit to the Ebenezer Swamp Ecological Preserve. I’ve recently visited the 60 acre swamp again which is located in Shelby County Alabama, and is about six miles from the University of Montevallo campus. It is home to an abundance of plant and wildlife.
Finally, my favorite time of the year has arrived. I found some time a couple of weeks ago to photograph at a local garden.
It seems that when winter rolls around I go into hibernation mode. I hate being cold. I just don’t see how some of you survive in some of the places that you do. Winter in Alabama is warm one day, cloudy the next, and then it raining the next just before it turns cold. Then the next week, it replays in reverse.