Sunday, September 22, 2013

That Song Of Happiness










 
Another weekend camping, I always hear that song. The song of prairie winds calling me, carrying me along. I find I am happier, being out on the plains. Give me the simple life , carried on a gentle prairie breeze. It got a bit nippy, cold is singing it's song. I'm out on the prairie, how could anything go wrong?















 Amazing watercolors



I'm feeling empty
I have to return home
A weekend of playing
Prairie winds greet me as I roam.

 Prairie Dogs

16 comments:

  1. We'll be in Iowa for a week in October. Coffee, maybe?

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  2. No, I don't have your address, and no email on your profile. Can you send it to an email on my profile?

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  3. We will be in Montezuma and Fairfield.

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  4. Oh! I know that song! The wind sings to me, too. Such spectacular photos and such a delightful message. Thanks :)

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  5. Now that its getting cooler, we're thinking of going camping.

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  6. There's nothing like being far out on the prairie away from others and lights. Just the prairie.

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  7. Holy Moly, you took a turn for the surreal. I was out camping with you and then a girl had a funky photo that looked like something out of a magic show. Never know where you are going to take me.

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  8. Great shot of the moon through the branches, and the sunset is gorgeous. It was nice to see the memorial to Sgt. Floyd, too.

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  9. Those are really neat photos! I am always happy when out in nature. Great post!

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  10. Wondering how far the flooding will come and impact (again) our areas to the east. Lovely captures of a fun trip Steve.

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  11. a beautiful song and so happy that you share it with us. I don't know how you did that picture of the girl but it's very cool

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  12. I have to imagine a prairie, I've not seen one. But your photos help!

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  13. Well done Steve. I been thru the area on the way to Omaha but never stopped along the Missouri to see the Sgts. marker. Ambrose suggests it was appendicitis that did him in....

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  14. Steve, along with your nature photos you always put in some humor and also art. Thanks for the take-along trip.

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  15. Indeed, great series of your photographs..like it.
    Nice post.

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  16. Your skies are very beautiful, Steve.
    Nice Tribute to the Sergent Charles Floyd
    I have already meet a prairie dog but a true one.

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