Road Trip: #1 favorite

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Thank goodness
for surrounding
loveliness.

Everywhere you go,
look towards the
setting sun.

Nature’s colors 
not re-touched
nor edited.

The rainbow is
fully represented.

This is my favorite
photograph from
six choices
discovered
“On the road again.”

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Photographs taken
by Robin whose
sparse thoughts
are expressed here.

Where did you
travel recently?

I stayed in my
home state
of Ohio.

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28 responses »

    • North Carolina is such a beautiful place! Usually, I have been with family and only get to see along the way through. (Only one time made it a destination.) Wonderful and cool idea to see schools there! Enjoy! This will be gorgeous time of year. Ironic how my post was a road trip. . . in Ohio. ❤ take care! xo

  1. A few months after we settled here in S. Carolina (a 3,000 mile journey from Washington), we took a day trip to Asheville, N. Carolina. That is quite a touristy town. We will go back one of these days to visit the Biltmore Mansion, which the Vanderbilt family owns along with much of the surrounding territory. – Mike

    • Mike, I do remember your recent major re-location but may not remember your trip to Asheville, NC. What a great sounding place since the Biltmore would have beautiful furnishings. The Ringling Brothers mansion, in I believe Sarasota, Fla. – was amazing and will never forget my grandparents, parents and we 3 kids liking all the exotic decorations!

    • Thank you for your lovely and caring words, Jen. I love the sound of the word, “palette!” Hope I didn’t miss a new post, dear. To visit the Penguins takes a toll on you, but I know this is what you do since you are full of Love. ❤

  2. Yep, sometimes you don’t have to go any further than your own backyard. I haven’t traveled this year yet but will be taking a trip to Orange County for my daughter’s b day in a few weeks and then NY in June.

    • I just go up to see Mom and pull onto side roads to take a peek at sights. Cleveland has a lot of areas to pass through before I “get there”, Joey. Even going to Columbus, I consider out of Delaware, at least it isn’t same ole,’ same ole’ stuff. 🙂

    • Thanks, Derrick. Are you feeling a sigh of relief? I hope you find ways to sell your lovely photographs of nature for the school’s fund. Otherwise, they make great Christmas gifts!

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