In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.”
A grid with a view…
Fire Tower. Allis State Park.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”
I have many good days. So it was hard to select a series of images to represent just one day or one adventure! After all, that’s what my blog is. A photo journal of my life and my passion for the natural world. Here is a gallery of images that illustrates what a really good day (or few days!) might look like for me because it would include so much of what inspires me…
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”
Deep in the heart of Vermont lies the Green Mountain National Forest.
Throughout this forest are dozens of roads. Forest roads. They have no names… Only numbers.
There is something magical whenever I find myself on one. I never know what I will find or where I will end up. But it is always something that captures my heart and and my soul. There is wonder around every corner.
Lakes, ponds, rivers, waterfalls, mountains, fields, trees, and even wild blueberries.
It is a place to get lost…Completely lost.
But what you find is miraculous.
You feel a deep sense of awe and reverence for this enchanted place.
And you notice a connection. Life is like a series of forest roads. You never know quite where they may lead. But along the way you will enjoy the glorious scenery, surprises, adventures, and wonders…
Around every bend in the road.
I am on the forest roads of my life. And it is a beautiful journey.
There are so many things that inspire me. My deep love and appreciation for the natural world, is and always will be, my greatest inspiration.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”
There’s a place. Just over the Canadian border.
A place that captivates your senses, your spirit and your heart.
It is a place filled with beauty, magic and heavenly aromas.
Bleu Lavande…with its endless fields of lavender
Where time stands still and you are transported into a world like no other.
Enchanting, fragrant and seductive. A feast to behold and devour. Prolific and bountiful. Soothing and serene. Nature’s amazing abundance.
The lavender fields…a place where you could linger
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Close Up.”