Opposites by Trail’s Edge

Weekly Photo Challenge: “This week, make two opposing elements come together (or clash in dissonance) in one photo.”

purple clover

The weather this week has been beautiful, save for one rain event. Blue skies, sunshine, a few clouds here and there…

Being on vacation made it easy to get Kona in the car on Wednesday and take a bike ride on the nearby Wiouwash trail. This trail is named for the counties of its existence: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. I biked a 10-mile swath of the first two counties, which stretched past farm field, green-leafed woods, green ponds and cattails, native flowers and purple clover.

Purple clover has been out in full force this past week, so I had to stop and capture its beauty at the edge of the trail, along with the opposing elements of wood post and wire fence. If only I had blog-o-smell, you could take a whiff of the wonderful odor that belongs in a perfume bottle. That is, if your allergies don’t object.

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11 responses to Opposites by Trail’s Edge

  1. Dan Antion says:

    That looks like a perfect place to ride. Trying to imagine the fragrance (while you’re working on the blog-o-smell interface. Our office closed at noon, but were under heavy T-storm threat.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      It’s a great place to ride, Dan. Only 15-20 minutes to get to one of the trail’s park and ride areas. Very convenient.

  2. LB says:

    How neat that the name of the trail is a combo of the names of four counties. and keep working on that blog-o-small, would ya?
    Looks like a lovely day on the bike!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Many of the State trails are named that way. Makes it a bit easier to remember them. Yeah, I’ll keep working on the blog-o-smell, but don’t hold your breath. I’m not that tech savvy!

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