Walking the Boundary

I took advantage of our third day of unseasonable warm weather to head out to a park I hadn’t visited in a while. Boundary Creek Park 1 is a wonderful sight nestled in along the banks of the Rancocas Creek. The Rancocas, like the Delaware, is tidal, which makes it’s banks a marshy swamp of tidal pools and mud. This is why the park is such a big birding location, feathered creatures enjoy this environment. To make the bird watching easier there are several boardwalks which jet out into the creek, several of which end in bird blinds. I’d love to get to the park during high tide sometime, but every time I’ve gone I’ve forgotten to check the tide charts, and my dumb luck has always led me to its paths when the tide is at its lowest.

My favorite shot is below, to see more from my walk check out my Adobe Portfolio.

The boardwalk ends in a seating area.
Panasonic Lumix G7 with 14-42mm lens • 19mm •ISO 400 • ƒ/8.0 • 1/400 sec

  1. It’s really “Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area,” but it’s a park so I call it that instead. 

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  1. The muted colors here work to your photo’s advantage: neat!

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