Varied landscapes in and around Alabama fulfill great promises. Flat fields, sharply rising rounded hills, banks of golden grasses await the walker, hiker, and bicyclist along the roads and trails. They beckon to slow down because they change rapidly, dynamically in just a few feet of travel.
At the edge of the horse farm on Mill Road in Madison, Alabama.
Between Lynchburg and Winchester, Tennessee, this barn sported a unique illustration on its side.
On the Richard Martin trail north of Athens, Alabama, a hillside starts its transition to fall through the scattered trees and branches on the edge of the trail.
Topping a hill, this tree becomes a landmark in its own right along the Indian Creek Greenway in Huntsville, Alabama.
A grazing resident of the horse farm on Mill Road in Madison, Alabama warms in the Winter sun.
Along the Bradford Creek Greenway, dormant grasses in tan and gold await the spring.
The Aldrich Creek Greenway in Huntsville, Alabama, absorbs the heat of a late summer day.
Wire and posts mark the northern end of this horse farm.