I ran away for a long lunch Thursday. Basking in the sunshine and walking the bike path at a favorite park felt like the epitome of freedom. Everything is COVID closed but you can still walk and drive around the lake.
This car turned my head.
And I went back for a closer look at these Peep bunnies, clearly run over by something. That’s not something you see every day and I liked the pink against the asphalt!
It was gorgeous out so I was sad to go home and resume working. But opening the window in the room where I work to let Scout enjoy the fresh air made the afternoon pass quickly. This picture was taken before the window was open but you get the idea.
He was a happy boy and I was thrilled for the fresh breeze and chatter of birds nearby.
My world has become very small and familiar. While this isn’t ideal, it is sort of fun to look more closely at your surroundings and seek out the details you might not ordinarily appreciate or even notice as close as your own home. Take a look around. You never know what you might find.
It’s been gloomy a lot here lately but this scene is simply forlorn.
It was early Friday and rain had settled in for the day. The fog was trying to lift but these bare trees against that fog were just too much to resist. What I wouldn’t have given to have my camera in the seat next to me but had to settle for capturing this with my phone.
One of these days, snow will blanket the landscape and it won’t look so sad. For now, all we can do is seek beauty in unexpected places.
Saturday was a small picture kind of day. Mr. Wonderful and I hit the trails at our local state park and had a lovely time hiking and playing with our cameras.
We both have jobs that are so consumed by details that we sometimes forget to stop and enjoy the small things in life. So that’s what we did on Saturday. We took time to breathe the fresh Ohio air and we photographed little details along the way, things we ordinarily might have just walked past.
It was a delightful, relaxing day and perfect reminder to be grateful we live in the woods and so close to parks where we can enjoy the outdoors.