I’ll just say it: I don’t care for my photo this week. I had two opportunities to visit unoccupied land this past week and I wasn’t inspired. I don’t care to take landscape shots because I never like how they look. But when I think of “rural”, I think of countryside, wide open spaces. Nan and Pap’s land offers just that.
Here is my rural:
Easter Sunday we drove down to Meade County to spend the afternoon with the hubs’ grandparents. I love them. I remember the first time I met Nan. It was Thanksgiving 2001, the first time I’d met any of Mike’s family on his mother’s side. Mike made the introductions and as she made her way to me, she stretched out her arms. Our first encounter included a sweet hug and a peck on the cheek. I fell in love with her immediately. After I ate her homemade turkey stuffing… well, all you need to know is it’s a game changer. It’s sooo good.
This is their backyard. It goes on past the woods on both sides – I’ve never seen more than the area that’s cleared. And Nan keeps little birdhouses all over the property. She’s a bird lady. The bird book was even pulled out at the dinner table. But my photo doesn’t do the property justice. It’s very pretty. My photo is blah. Better luck next time.
Don’t forget to check out the Flickr group – field trips were taken and so many wonderful photos were snapped. I think the Challengers might have out down themselves. And now on to week 18 where our new subject will be RED. Good. A color challenge. I can stay inside for this one.