As cheesy as it sounds, and maybe it’s because I’m not a Colorado native, I must say that I appreciate this state’s absolute beauty and splendor every single day.
This state has placed nature squarely in front of my face, giving my soul a little jump start each time I stop to notice.
Here are a few shots over the last few weeks from my life as I drive through postcards.
And I don’t even live on the side of the town with the views…
Across from school drop-off yesterday.
Deer grazing in park on way to Mom’s house yesterday.
View as I cross over the dam to go to Mom’s.
- On the long way home after school drop-off yesterday. (previous post about Long Way Home: https://lifeonwry.com/2012/09/19/the-long-way-home-gratitude-experiment-day-35/) I love the long way home.
On way to school a week or so ago.
In the mountains last week.
One-year old babies at the ranch last week.
View from toilet last week in mountains. For real.
Out of car window last week.
My photography co-pilot on a bad hair day.
Postcards can be found wherever we live, if we keep our eyes open. Ever stop and notice?