Our trip is going well so far. Shannon and I have had plenty of time to go out after I finish my work each day.
Wednesday night, we went to Fayetteville (Arkansas) and enjoyed a park that we couldn’t believe we’d never visited in the five years we lived in that area. Sadly, it was the last place we stopped, and the light was fading fast as I frantically snapped pictures at slow shutter speeds.
I managed to get a few for Project Looking Through, but the pic here is the only one worth sharing. It’s from a tiny castle built in a funky world created by a local artist. Project Yellow sneaked in there, too. I got several others that don’t fit the project but that I’ll use here in time.
Update: Here’s the “castle” from the other direction.
Thanks again to everyone participating so far. I plan to do this for at least a few more days, but might skip the weekend (I rarely post on the weekend). The form in my latest Project Looking Through post makes it easy to jump on in if you haven’t already.
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