Yesterday, I went for a long walk, through places I’ve been before.
As a matter of fact, I wrote a blog post, over 100 days ago, called “Surprised by Joy,” which included pictures from a similar walk.
I was surprised, again; this time, because part of the walk had been transformed.
In previous visits, I had walked by a large portion of fenced-off land, where changes were obviously happening. Yesterday, I saw the result of those changes.
This morning, I would like to share some photos I took, as I encountered that unexpected transformation.
I don’t know details about this transformation, and I don’t have time to find out more right now, before I leave for work (after a 3-day weekend).
I do want to tell you one detail, though.
On my walk, yesterday, I did not expect to stop and take photos. I was focused on the purpose for the walk, with an end-point in mind. And I thought I knew what that walk would be.
But in the moment, yesterday, I stopped and looked.
Here are some photos I took, where everything old was new, again.
Thanks to the Mystic River Watershed, to all those who contributed to creating the images in this post, and to you, especially, for joining my path today.