No Willing Exit in an Autumn Forest

Joys of an urban forest

A serene walk last October in the urban forest of Dishman Hills, Spokane, Washington.

An autumn forest is such a place that once entered, you never look for the exit. Mehmet Murat Ildan

I just love a photo challenge trifecta, don’t you?

Submitting the sublime Glow of the Dogwood trees for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.

Join Becca over at her weekly feature Sunday Trees.

And it’s not too late to join the Halloween-themed One Word Photo Challenge “Forest” with Jennifer Nichole Wells.

Enjoy your day!

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  5. Your blog is lovely! This post reminds me of my trip last year through the Smoky Mountains. There are few things better than fall foliage. I followed your blog so I can stay up to date on your latest posts. Would you be willing to stop by mine to help support the start up of my new travel blog? It’s a work in process but I’m working to create a blog that focuses on traveling in our beautiful country ❤ TravelingShana.com

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