I’m currently back in the states and sorting through my photos and notes ….
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I am having so much fun from taking the photos, to doing some research and, then posting them. Currently, I have well over a thousand that I am trying to work on. Yikes, a little over zealous, I think. I am very happy to share this passion with those of similar interests.
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At the beginning of April, I took a road trip. All by myself. I enjoyed the peace and the beauty of the wide open country. I specifically took back roads and some less traveled roads. I did get lost a few times, but thankfully, I have a Garmin AND and iPhone! Those 2 tiny and very expensive things, saved my behind.
I stumbled upon so many wonderful things. Many cemeteries, abandoned barns, old signs, churches and buildings. There were so many things that I could have stopped to photograph, but there is only so much daylight, and I was traveling alone.
Day one; I went from Dallas, Texas through the tip of the Ozarks and stayed the night in Jefferson City, MO. Which, by the way, is a very cool town. Experiencing it at 7:00 am when the town is fast asleep is truly wonderful!
Day 2; I traveled through MO onto the 63N. I traveled though Bloomfield, Iowa (what a darling town) and headed west on the 34.
I have posted only a few different buildings and an old sign, but they just had so much….life, that I couldn’t help but get several angles.
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