Included in the hike at the Teaneck Creek Conservancy, are many examples of artwork. The first noticeable examples are some sculptures in the parking lot. But throughout the hike are murals, statues, and various wood designs that give the hike a very communal feel. Take a look:
Some metal work over a bench. Look at the design of the bench itself.
I really liked this design for a seating area.
A wooden turtle.
A howling wolf.
A wooden turkey – don’t eat it.
A wooden rabbit … and in the background is a real rabbit.
The labyrinth is surrounded by a dried out creek bed and several of the rocks have been painted.
The start of a painting.
PokemonGO hits nature hikes…
At one entrance are several plaques of childrens’ writings. I liked this one the most.
There were several of these along the path.
Sadly, this is all there was of Concrete Jungle (I am very curious as to what it used to be).
These were a fantastic use of water pipes.
Each pipe portrayed a different time period and message.
You could walk inside these.
Painted on both the inside and outside.
It’s an elephant.
Fish line the rim.
Footprints on the ground.
Another howling wolf.
All the NY/NJ critters of the forests.
Celebrating the world and nature and people.
Next week: A hot day at Garnet Lake.