Weekly Wonder, The Fifth

And so ends another week… on a pretty good note! More travels are being planned, new projects are underway, and lots of things are happening. I know, I’m always saying that, it seems. But this time with the terrific weather and all, it actually feels like things are coming together, all the loose pieces of life are somehow fitting nicely, albeit in a perfectly imperfect way. It’s quite a liberating feeling. ๐Ÿ™‚

This Weekly Wonder post will be a tad brief, but I think it’s worth posting all the same. Here are some of the nature-related photos from the last adventure with Wren.

First, the town:

The lighting was beautiful that day. I’m so happy with how the quality of these images turned out!

The lone bench:

Then my attention turned to the sky, and the scenery all around:

I love how this image, completely unfiltered, turned out:

It’s kind of hard to tell from the photos below, but beneath the crisp dark red and green trees, there was a little hill and several benches leading down to reveal a mansion:

This, I believe, is the James A. Michener Museum. It would’ve been nice to go in and take a look around, but we had to keep going for the rest of our trip.

And, at long last, I got a decent shot of some leaf details:

Now it’s time for me to finish making something for my Dad. ๐Ÿ™‚

Have a lovely rest of the weekend, all!~

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