World Water Day

In recognition of World Water Day, I thought I’d share a sampling of images illustrating our abundant freshwater resources.  Each provides us with not only that life-sustaining liquid, but also dramatically adds to the scenic landscape in which we live while offering seemingly unlimited recreational opportunities throughout the year.

Looking across open water feature and marsh along Community Connector Trail

View of intermittent waterfall along Zim Smith Trail

Shenantaha or deer water – AKA Ballston Creek

Mini waterfall at Sanders Preserve

Mohawk River overlook from Tommy’s Trail

View of Mohawk River and outlet of Wager’s Pond along Community Connector Trail

Driftwood Homesteaders: Cattail and Monkey Flower reside on muddy log along Mohawk River

Great Blue Heron – Mohawk River at Mohawk Landing Nature Preserve

Shimmering Landscape – Vischer Ferry Nature and Historic Preserve

Frozen Flood: The Mohawk River in Still Life

McDonald Creek from atop Old Lock 9, Historic Champlain Canalway Trail

Common Shadbush – along Erie Canal near Clute’s Dry Dock

Stony Creek Reservoir off Englemore Road

Looking upstream along Shenantaha Creek

Heron rookery in meadow along Ballston Creek

Stony Creek Reservoir

Pond along Blue Trail at Woodcock Nature Preserve – note Winterberry along left shoreline


Learn more in the World Water Day Toolkit.