Nine times out of ten, our nature walks are taken around a little lake that is close by. The word "lake" is a little misleading, since it's more like a large pond, but even with it's small size, and the same old trail that we've walked a hundred times before, we never fail to discover something new there. That is what's great about having a familiar walk.
You've seen the big picture so many times, that you pay more attention to the little things, that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Things like an interesting caterpillar,
or a turtle sunning on a rock.
It might even be a duck with a weird hairdo,
or a heron, where there are usually just ducks.