Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The Evergreens

The evergreens are almost alone as the Ouachita National Forest prepares itself for winter. Its sad to see the beautiful and inspiring fall colors subside. Farewell Autumn. (Photo by IIHWII).

Lonesome and Bare

A lone tree stands bare overlooking the forest below (photo by IIHWII).

The last of the vibrant yellows

(photo by IIHWII)


Feebi (l) and best friend, Babe (r), on lookout atop the pinnacle of Tower Trail in the Ouachita National Forest. It was a splendid autumn day for a hike in the woods to digest all the holiday's meals. (photo by IIHWII).

Remaining Colors

(photos by IIHWII)

Monday, November 06, 2006

A Long Day's Sojourn Through the Woods

It's peak leaf watching time y'all. Head on out to our State's extraordinary State Parks and National Forests to take it all in before it's gone. Me and the sidekick did (photos by IIHWII).

Aurulent Autumn

(photos by IIHWII)

Country Crossroads

A potpourri of fall colors meet this solitary crossroad outside Ouachita National Park (photo by IIHWII).

Along A Golden Trail

Enjoying a Sunday stroll along a golden trail at Lake Ouachita State Park. (photo by IIHWII) Posted by Picasa

Friday, November 03, 2006

One Year Anniversary

Can you believe it? It's been one whole year already! Wednesday, November 8, 2006 will be our first anniversary!

So we are encouraging everyone to submit photos for the month of November...Help us show off how beautiful and inspiring Arkansas really is.

Thanks for helping us, here Arkansas Pictures, to mark this awesome achievement. Hope you enjoyed the pictures so far, and we hope you will enjoy them in the future. And we enjoy showing off your pictures too. Join us for another year!

One Crane, Two Crane

These photos were taken around the boat ramp behind the golf course in Burns Park. There is a wealth of flora and fauna in Burns Park; as a park it is a tremendous addition to not only the City of North Little Rock but to the entire Central Arkansas Region. Check it Out! (photos by IIHWII).

Fall from Pinnacle

(Photos by Nomad)