Kelly Park, Fort Worth(photos, 11 Nov 2009)
Two views of the baseball field (from the north).
Above: Wildflower area on the south side of the baseball field. Sign says "Late Mow."
Right: Fall aster (Symphyotrichum eulae) that commonly grows in wet and damp places, usually along waterways, in the Fort Worth area.
Two views of the Trinity River through Kelly Park, from the levee on the east side of the river. Above: Looking north. Right: looking south (baseball field in far distance).
Sunset through a cluster of cedar elms at corner of the baseball field.
Crestwood Park, a beautiful little neighborhood park with children's play area -- at the end of Rockwood Park Drive (paved), where it intersects with Bailey Avenue.
Entrance to the Trinity River Trail atop the levee, at the intersection of Rockwood Park Drive and Bailey Avenue. Crestwood Park is just to the right and slightly back. Rockwood Park Drive continues unpaved but is blocked here to normal traffic.
Two views of the Trinity River, looking north (downstream) toward Kelly Park from just above (north of) the bridge pictured below. The baseball field is on the right in the background.
Bridge across the Trinity River at White Settlement Road, from the north side. The Trinity Trail system runs along both sides of the river. The Kelly Park area is behind the photographer (views in photos immediately above).
Two views of the Trinity River as it passes through Kelly Park, from the east side of the river. Left: looking southwest. Right: looking northwest.
"Roosevelt weed" (Baccharis neglecta) on the west side of the Trinity River. This is a native shrub, beautiful in the fall with its silvery clusters of fruits.