An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
Yes, out on the prairie. There is much to be said for slow walks.
Hello Steve, I've just watched the two last posts of yours, I love the photo of your friend Ruth with the mild smile and all the beautiful flowers. The cormorants, and the butterfly in flight by the yellow field. The cattle under the lonesome tree. Thank you very much for the tour in your pretty place.Best wishesGrethe ´)
those are bluebirds in the nest? I thought they were starlings.
Love slow walks, even enforced ones. Your pictures are lovely.
Yes, there are precious treasures everywhere, if we'll just take a moment to notice them. Thanks for sharing yours with us.
Yes my parents farm was in central south Iowa and I miss the prairie. Great shots.
A slow walk allows one to "see"... Love the church!
Slow walks are the Most revealing!! Love the shots!hughugs
Steve, I'd have to say my favorite is the church steeple...that photo just spoke to me today!Thanks for the loveliness!
A slow walk is better than no walk. Love all your shots
Your photos of the prairie make me think of Willa Cather's "O Pioneers!"
A slow walk allows you to look rather than just see. The spire/steeple is delightful. Your photos enable me to absorb your landscape. Thanks.
Love the photo of the cows under the tree . . . so many memories there. Your friend's determination is inspirational!
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!