This was a fun Scavenger Hunt! I hope you enjoy my choice of pictures. Chickens, flowers and “the girls” are some of my favorite subjects to photograph. I also took advantage of sights from Motorcycle City, while the crowd was still quiet.
Going back in time, I think of my Great Grandmothers and their roles as farm wives and mothers. They raised children, cooked for farm hands, tended livestock and more.
I have a fondness for flowers and jewelry. I never tire of looking at and photographing pretty flowers. I love to window shop and adorn my ears, neck and wrists with color. Finding these purple flowers was something for me to enjoy.
The best part of my day is coming home from work and being greeted by these three!
There is a night and day difference between Motorcycle City during rally week and the rest of the year. I have never been to the rally. Before we were married J and I made an attempt to drive through town during the rally. We needed to get to the Big City and J forgot what traffic is like during rally week. It was a slow and interesting drive.
These wild flowers look up to find the sunshine.
Sometimes, it’s important to go back in time. To remember something we did for ourselves, to look at what makes a good day. We need to focus on keeping our minds and hearts open. That can make a night and day difference in how we deal with the challenges we face.
Linking Up With:
at Ramblings and Photos
at A Rural Journal
at The View From Right Here