Thursday, May 24, 2012

Getting Around




 A different type of graffitti
A learning tool perhaps
College students will be working
To eradicate this.


A Mourning Cloak Butterfly



 Over 5,000 years of sedimentation

One of my favorite barn shots





Baby Canadian Geese



 I have been around, having driven 780 miles since Sunday

16 comments:

  1. Hi Steve, you really are making the rounds!!!!! But--you are seeing so much beauty all along your way.. And the neatest thing is that you are taking us along with you on your journey!!! Thanks!

    Besides that 'blue'???? tree/bush, the thing which jumped out at me today was that barn. That is truly fabulous.
    Betsy

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  2. Interesting mix of old and new as you get around. Like your old buildings.

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  3. Another nice set of images, Steve. I agree with you about that barn. Beautiful.

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  4. Great collection, Steve !
    The baby canadian geese are really cute.
    The barn sounds very big.

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  5. Love the old store photo, Americana at its best!

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  6. Love your "getting around" photos.

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  7. The barn looks like it is yawning. Beautiful shot.

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  8. I love seeing your prairie and other travels!

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  9. I knew there was an Ithaca New York but not Nebraska. I going to guess that the corner store wasn't open for business :)

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  10. Love the photos of the white penstemons!

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  11. Wow -- you did get around! Lovely photos and interested in the thistle/nettle eradication. Is this a new method? Feel free to email me -- xoxo

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  12. Love that barn! And 'The Corner Store' too :-)

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  13. We benefit a lot by you getting around so much, love the photos you always share.

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  14. I'm stunned at the blue plant/thistle. How surreal is that?

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  15. Hi Steve, you have been on a longer road trip than we're on now and I've seen a lot of barns, silos and farms here in Lancaster, PA. Correct me if I'm wrong on this, but I always was told the correct name is Canada Geese. Anyway they young ones are cute, but as adults are quite a nuisance and so messy. Glad you are having good weather and memories on your travels.

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  16. That blue plant is very interesting. I've never seen anything like it before.

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Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!