I hope you aren’t getting tired of seeing the fall leaves from our hike at Weston Bend State Park this weekend. They may all have the same brilliant colors, but each photo is so different I just couldn’t narrow them down. Just a couple more days, I promise. And if you missed the other posts, here they are.
This weekend I went with a few friends on one of the most breathtaking hikes I’ve experienced locally – at Weston Bend State Park in Weston, Mo. My friends Julie, Mandy, and myself all brought our cameras (all three of us are bloggers), and we turned it into a photo walk. Five miles of crisp air, fall leaves, and great conversation was definitely the highlight of my weekend. I’ll be sharing a few of my photos over the next few days. Be sure to check out their blogs too!
My husband and I had the best time exploring Moses H. Cone Memorial Park on our fall engagement vacation a few years ago. It was the day after we got engaged, and I was in heaven – with both the gorgeous views and anticipation for what the future held.
I loved watching this sweet mama kangaroo and her joey (in her pouch) resting in the sunlight. Believe it or not, I didn’t even have to zoom in to get this photo – I was actually that close. One of my favorite parts of Tanganyika Wildlife Park was petting the kangaroos. Check out my other photos from Tanganyika if you haven’t seen them yet.
We’ve had unseasonably warm weather in the Midwest over the past few days; and that’s perfectly fine with me. I’m not a fan of sub-zero temperatures, ice freezing inside my windows, or dangerous road conditions. In fact, it’s so warm that these geese haven’t finished flying south yet! I got off work yesterday just in time to head to the park before the sunlight faded.
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