With this post, I am sending a special wink to Kitty, Cupcake, Feathers, Shenanigans, Pete, Clucky, Cow and Snail Teeth! ;-) *WINK* (Am I even close on the names?)
Thank you for making me feel so welcome in Wichita! You gave me a lot of great direction!
Did you read my post after my trip to Kansas City? If not, you can read it here . Watch Where You are Going.
The idea of the post is to Watch Where You are Going! Slow down just a little and see the beauty all around you. When I'm travelling, I love taking my camera along and snapping pix of whatever makes me smile.
Winter is so beautiful. I generally prefer winter photos to be black and white.
I just got back from a trip to Wichita. On my way there, I travelled west on Highway 412 just past Tulsa and then took I 35 north. 'Paid a few tolls. KAPOW! There is Wichita. 'Easy trip from Northwest Arkansas.
Just east of Wichita is a wind mill farm. You can see it from Highway 400.
I've always wanted to photograph the wind mills.
Fields are filled with wind mills.
So, on the return trip, I left my hotel very early in the morning. It was still dark, but so worth it! This would be a cold Kansas morning filled with joy!
The sunrise was spectacular.
Only God gets to paint the sky.
I don't know where you are going, but I'd like to invite you to watch for joy! God probably has a smile planned for you, just up ahead. You have to watch for it though. Watch where you are going! After photographing the sunrise, I was smiling all the way home!
You are so right, we should all slow down and watch where we are going! There are so many beautiful things around us... Thanks for sharing such beautiful pics!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Veronica! Our Heavenly Sky Painter was showing off that day! There was a light snow, so the colors of the sky were reflecting in the snow. 'Gorgeous morning! -MarciReplyDelete
Beautiful! New follower, loving the awesome photos!ReplyDelete
Love the black and white photos! Stopping by from All My Bloggy Friends to say Hello :)ReplyDelete
I love the sunsets. Looks a lot like our Texas panhandle area. for what it's worthReplyDelete
How beautiful. I love your pictures and your message. Thank you for sharing on Tuesday Trivia. I am featuring Kansas in October and would love to feature some of your pictures and link them back to this post. Let me know. Pinned
Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile
Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing with us at our Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.ReplyDelete
Angel @ sewcraftyangel.blogspot.com
Lovely photos! I like to stop and take photos when traveling, too. It is nice to take time to appreciate the setting.ReplyDelete
Those are some beautiful photos-I bet even more so in person. Yep, I'd been smiling too! God is awesome!ReplyDelete
Amazing photos! Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop. ♥ReplyDelete
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick