I don’t know about you, but this is what I do when I’m bored and riding in a car at night.
I play with my camera.
I took these photos in early August, after leaving our house around 3:30 AM, headed north for Maine. We were cruising on the Jersey Turnpike near New York City shortly before dawn.
I’m sharing them because I think they’re really cool. It’s all good if you don’t agree because I’m not going to hold it against you. I like to read something in each picture, too.
This looks like writing to me. I think it says “what condition your condition is in. el el el”. That’s what I think.
This one looks like reindeer taking off.
Admit it. You can see it too, can’tcha?
I think the color of teal adds some interest here. Very feminine, too.
This is big. And bold. And manly. It’s a night on the town with Mr. Big.
Seriously, I have no idea where this stuff comes from. And no, I am not imbibing.
These are kangaroos leaping across the highway in the coming dawn.
You can totally see this, can’t you?
I’ll have to take another road trip and play this game again. I love it.
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I have a collection of holiday music that I listen to while driving and I currently have my favorite in our car’s CD player. It’s Sarah McLachlan’s Wintersong. This CD is absolutely beautiful and contains a wonderful rendition of Joni Mitchell’s River (from the 1971 album, Blue). These two songs are a little melancholy but they go with the holidays. Not everyone is enthralled with this time of year.
The You-tube offering below showcases the title song, Wintersong. This is a fairly decent little video if I must say so myself, and was created by a fan of Ms. McLachlan.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .
Hope you enjoyed my zany artwork and my favorite holiday music.