I should’ve done a “Day 3” of the trip 3 days ago but with my guests still in town and work, I just couldn’t find the time.
It’s amazing how I’m able to find so much in common with my fellow traveler and guest, who happens to be a 15-year-old.
Of the five Yellowstone trips I’ve taken so far, I think this is the most relaxing trip so far or maybe I’m just exhausted from all the traveling I’ve done recently.
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #157, Guest hosts Rusha and Bert from Oh, the Places We See assigned the topic of Getting Away.
I think a picture of the sunset from the 35th floor is a fitting picture to end this journey. Another end to another trip.
What would be much better if you could just change the color of it?
I think this is definitely a 2021 thing. I was told this conference is going to be crazy, that there would be lots of people, believe me, 1000 is a lot of people especially in a time like this but it has been slow-going working at the registration desk.
One thing I must admit about Las Vegas or perhaps every city, the night view is definitely different from what I’m used to especially when it’s from the 35th floor of a 5-star hotel room.
It was around 8:45 AM when I arrived in Vegas and it was 100-degrees. So hot! It’s my first time traveling to Las Vegas guys via an airplane and I have to say it’s more exhausting than driving – you have to park at the airport, ride a shuttle to the terminal, go through security,…
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #156, Anne from Slow Shutter Speed assigned the topic of Black and White.
Is there inherent order in nature or is it all chaos and chance?
This week on Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories, asks:
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #155, John from Journeys with Johnbo challenged us to share some photos for the topic of On the Water. I agree with John, people, including me, tend to gravitate toward water. For me, the reason is when there is water, the temperature tends to be a little cooler especially…
What do you think of the idea of the ‘greater good’ principle?
Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories, asks:
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #154, Tina from Travels and Trifles challenged us to share some photos taken in different ways.
What’s one question you wish more people asked you?
This is my first time participating in Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories. I find this question quite interesting:
This week on Blogging insights – hosted by Tanya at Salted Caramel – asks:
As a kid, do you ever have store where you go in and feel like you want to buy everything? For me, that store was either Circuit City or Best Buy or Fry’s Electronics when I was living in California.
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #153, Amy challenged everyone with the topic of It’s a Wonderful World.
What did you learn the hard way?
Though it’s a little blurry, I think this photo fits this week’s topic of Preparation. Isn’t this little guy just the cutest? He’s about to jump to try to catch the bubble.