A Return To Minto-Brown

My favorite park in Salem, Oregon is Minto-Brown City Park. The park’s acreage is 1,200 of forest, former farm land, riparian landscape, and hiking/running trails. On a good day you can see bald eagles and osprey soaring in the sky and little brown bunnies bouncing off the trail. The varied landscape and annually flooding makes for some interesting photographic challenges. I adore this park.

After the pandemic lockdown, I was less likely to visit this lark for photography as it was busy. I opted for less visited parks for photos or neighborhood walks for exercise. I was happy to make a return to the park after I gained my footing on dealing with the pandemic. I hope you enjoy these shots of Minto at magic hour and sunset.

A landscape of a tree lined slough near sunset with the reflection of the trees and sky in the water

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