Yesterday's snow turned the area into a winter wonderland. After digging out from the snow this morning, it was time to grab the cameras and head out across Bucks County and capture as many great images as possible.
Tyler Park provided many great photo opportunities like this giant tree that fell in a past storm, now covered with snow.
These are scenes along the Neshaminy Creek in Tyler Park.
The snow covered trail across from the Boat House.
At the upper side of the park, we see the tree lined drive going back to the Tyler Center for the Arts.
The Spring Garden Mill
The Spring Garden Mill, home of the Langhorne Player Theater Company, is covered in snow.
New Hope was another location transformed with winter magic.
The Hearth Restaurant
While walking along Main Street in New Hope, I saw Steve the owner of the Hearth Restaurant clearing the walk outside. He gave me a cheerful greeting and we chatted about the snow and he showed me his restaurant set in a beautiful old historic building on Ferry Street just around the corner from the Bucks County Play House. The restaurant serves Vegetarian and Vegan food. You can find the menu on the Hearth website at this LINK.
I know I am going to stop back here and try out some items on the menu. This also looks to be an excellent setting fro some great photos. Would we expect anything less in New Hope.
My next stop was Washington Crossing Park.
Here is the drive into Washington Crossing Park. The fence line and Thompson-Neely House was a nice wintery land scape.
I did a swing through Newtown and captured three quick shots.