My husband and I were really surprised when our Gulf Coast friends took us to what they called ‘this little walking park’. We were surprised because it’s actually a national park located in Florida, Mississippi.
We were at the Davis Bayou branch of Gulf Islands National Seashore.
There’s a nice little paved walking path, as well as piers to fish off of, or just to sit and gaze.
The wildflowers are so different here.
I’ve never seen these before.
Luckily, I’d brought my little camera bag with me and in it I had my 60mm macro lens.
I love my macro lens.
It was a beautiful day when I took these over the spring break earlier this month. In fact, it was a perfect day.
And I’ll always remember it.
The different trees.
With their Spanish moss.
It was all just so beautiful.
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I want to thank you for sharing your cleaning stories with me (previous post). It makes me feel less alone in my feelings towards it. And today I did not just one half hour, but two. And in between, I took a half hour break and worked on photos each time. So maybe I can do this.
A reader told me: As my Mother once said..."you'll never look back and wish you cleaned more".
So true. And it’s partly why I let it go sometimes.
Oh, and just one more thing. When I began this blog in December 2007, I had an idea of what I wanted it to be. I wanted it to be a place where I could share my photography, and maybe connect with others. I imagined visitors who were looking for a peaceful respite in their day. And I think I’ve done that. Thanks so much for stopping by today and every day, for your kind comments, and for your friendship.
Until tomorrow then. . .