Different Seasons at Fair Hill Natural Resource Management Area

Fairhill Barn

Fairhill Barn

Fair Hill Natural Resource Management area is a park in Cecil County, Maryland- near the corner of Pennsylvania and Delaware.  It’s an old DuPont Estate consisting of over five thousand acres.  I love it because it is horse country and has beautiful rolling hills, streams, and woods.   Trails pass by crumbling stone houses and barns and cross picturesque bridges. We visit often and my photographs are reflective of the many seasons we have spent time there.

another view of the barn

another view of the barn

cherry tree- springtime

cherry tree- springtime

flowers on a cherry tree

flowers on a cherry tree

red covered bridge

Foxcatcher Farm red covered bridge

giant rocks in the woods

giant rocks in the woods

closeup of skunk cabbage leaf

closeup of skunk cabbage leaf

skunk cabbage spiral

skunk cabbage spiral

tree from below

tree from below

walking the trails in late summer

walking the trails in late summer

abandoned house

abandoned house

bridge

bridge

Fairhill bridge

creek and bridge

creek and bridge

heading over the fields

heading over the fields looking for a spot for a picnic on a fall day

lots of room to run

lots of room to run

old, neighboring farm

old, neighboring farm

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