Walking In A World Of Green And Gray   1 comment

We moved to Tucson, Arizona seven years ago after living many years in the Houston area. When we return to visit family and friends, we stay with daughter Jill in Kingwood. During most visits, I go for walks in East End Park. The park takes in an area on the shore of Lake Houston. A lot of the recent flooding in Kingwood from Hurricane Harvey resulted from the lake overflowing.

Walking the trails in the park yesterday I dealt with some trails impassable, mud, debris, humid heat and many mosquitos. The gray line marking the trees and bushes in many cases was 15 feet above the ground. Now a week after cresting, most of the water is back to a normal level. Since the park has many path bridges, I was surprised to see they were still intact after all the high-water flooding.

— kenne

Eastside Park (1 of 1)-5 blog II

Walking In A World Of Green And Gray — Images by kenne
(Click on any of the images to view in a slideshow format.)

 

One response to “Walking In A World Of Green And Gray

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  1. Two powerful aspects of nature. Amazing photos.

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