I’m not fond of long distance driving, but stopping along the route for picnics and photo shoots makes it enjoyable. I love the scenery and enjoy my hobby of capturing the moments.
On our way to Connecticut we stopped for gas and a bite to eat, I met a lovely lady who was very knowledgeable about sunglasses. I gave her my card and hope she writes! 🙂 This was my traveling outfit.
I saw this quaint little A-frame cottage on the way there and simply had to stop on our way home to take a photo. I could live here, I don’t need a mansion to be happy and actually prefer a cozy, clean and well-decorated home–by a river!
A view I would enjoy looking out my kitchen window. We followed this river along the highway for miles and miles.
Covered bridges always fascinate me, I love walking through them: it gives me a nostalgic and romantic feeling. Reminds me of Bridges of Madison County with Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood.
My traveling outfit on the way home: new black and white top I bought at PacSun and black slacks from a dollar store in Torrington.
I have taken photos of old church buildings and this one was worth a little detour, from ca. 1830s.
Derelict old buildings make interesting photos, but in real life they give me the willies.