Tag: nature

one, alone

July 6, 2020 picture of the day “Stand up for what you believe ineven if you stand alone.”~ unknown to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below… pixelspicfair (albums)shutterstockpinterestfree images hope you have a great day!thanks for stopping by!! Morning… Continue Reading “one, alone”

between the cracks

June 27, 2020 originally posted Sept 16, 2019 “Moths are just butterflies with their makeup taken off.” – unknown to see what photos/art I have available, click on any link below… picfair (moths and flying insects)pixelsshutterstockpinterest hope you have a great day!thanks for stopping… Continue Reading “between the cracks”

Fort Frederick and the Appalachian Trail

Dec 4, 2019 I thought I had pulled more photos from our Fort Frederick trip, but obviously I didn’t. The Appalachian Trail runs alongside the fort, so I’ve included those photos. This means that here in the near future, I will do another post… Continue Reading “Fort Frederick and the Appalachian Trail”

2010 Memories: Assateague Photos Continued

Nov 9, 2019 I know I’m posting again kinda early, but it’s Saturday and it’s way too cold to do much outside. My computer says it’s 33 degrees outside – feels like 30 – my digital thermometer says it’s 32. It was 23 degrees… Continue Reading “2010 Memories: Assateague Photos Continued”

Skyline Drive: Rose River (Trail)

Oct 25, 2019 Back When 2010 Memories Part 1 A Busy Year…but I’m so glad we made these memories! Here, I’m going to show you some photos from Rose River and share the experience(s) that came with it! First, I’m going to tell you…always,… Continue Reading “Skyline Drive: Rose River (Trail)”

Picture of the Week

Oct, 19, 2019 Enjoy yourself. It’s later than you think. ~ Chinese proverb Hope you have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!! click on either image to see what I have available at Picfair and Pinterest

Way Back When and Even Now: Hog Rock Trail continued

Oct. 11, 2019 on and off the trail Catoctin Mountain Park lies within the area known as the Blue Ridge Province in the 18th and 19th centuries the land was heavily logged to support local agriculture practices and to produce charcoal for the nearby… Continue Reading “Way Back When and Even Now: Hog Rock Trail continued”