Images of Days Past

Love the wind turbines against this stormy backdrop.  Driving through Kansas, July 2010.

The greatest loves of my life – Mama and Hallie.  Hangin’ out at the Oklahoma City Zoo, July 2010.

 If there are two rainbows, does that mean there are two pots of gold?  Driving through one of the twelve+ states on our July 2010 Roadtrip.

The combination of colors between sunset and stormy sky make it look like the sky’s on fire.  I believe this was Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 2010.

Doesn’t the vibrant crimson on these Mexican Hats look delicious?  Roadtrip July 2010.

These mountains looked animated off in the distance. I couldn’t help myself but to grab these shots. Roadtrip July 2010

The answer to my lifelong prayer. I wished for her since I was two.

Silly Rabbit!  How does she do it?  She can cross one eye or both.   Haha!   Multi-talented, she is.

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6 thoughts on “Images of Days Past

  1. See one rainbow and you’ve…..
    But I really admired your other photographs, espe cially the Mexican Hats and the Wind Turbines. You’ve got an eye.

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    • I know, right? But I do have a thing for stormy skies and I thought the 2 rainbows side-by-side was kind o’ cool. I got a lot of great shots on this particular roadtrip, especially flowers, which I’ll post more of later on. Thanks for the compliment. 😉

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  2. You’re right – ‘see one rainbow and you’ve seen them all’ may be true enough but see TWO rainbows and you’ve seen (and photographed) something special. And I see your daughter’s certainly got an eye too!

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  3. Jo Bryant says:

    these are great photos – I love those Mexican Hats – wish I had some in my garden…

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