i found my brain bounced from thought to thought with each observation.
many miles of our drive revealed that there were great distances between homes.
....mmmmm...peaceful, quiet, slow........ i thought as i watch 2 horses grazing, looking so graceful, so at peace, in their fenced in portion of land as their owner tended to quite a large bon fire meant for disposing of unwanted brush, furniture.....no marshmallows being roasted there. miles later another piece of land fenced off by it's owner.
i have always wanted to live out in the country...many of our sunday drives i fall in love with a landscape dotted with old farm houses, old barnes, just far enough apart, but not too far. where summers were spent drinking lemon-aid and eating apple pie under an equally aged oak tree.
today what i saw seemed lonely, cold, unfriendly, and so very lonely.
after what seemed like hours we reached civilization
we spent the afternoon stopping here and there so steph and i could sieze some pretty awesome photographic opportunities and i am so grateful to
for another wonderful day spent with the one's i oh-so-love and adore. although we were down one peep today, as sam decided to stay over at a friends house.
for our safe arrival back home.
for the chance to see such beautiful scenery, and for the oh-so-neat photos i was able to capture, that i can not wait to edit and share with you.
as i was photographing an old building, something caught my eye and made me come take a closer look
i have come to find i have a facination with photographing old buildings, long ago occupied, windows, and bridges.
can not wait to play show-n-tell, but this arty girl is finding herself pooped from a long weekend spent in a nasty-bad battle with the beast, vertigo, on saturday and today's exciting travels.
i am off to tuck myself snuggly in to bed for a night of oh-so-sweet dreams, and it is my wish that you too have dreams fill with sweetness.
smooches to you all.