Taking over peace

Pittsburgh’s North Park is one of the most peaceful places I know! This time of year it feels more energizing than peaceful, though, with all the bright colors taking over. Foliage isn’t quite there yet, but I still really appreciate those pops of red and orange.

Image taken while walking along the red blue trail with the kids early last week. I distracted them with some granola and juice so I could shoot away. 🙂

(This image and all of my fine art photography is available for sale IN MY ETSY SHOP. If there’s not already a listing for this print, LET ME KNOW and I’ll create one for you!)

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