Friday, November 5, 2010

We pulled into the Lake Geneva, Wisconsin area in awe and admiration. This is what welcomed us... fields hidden between clusters of houses, bordering lake, bordering sky, bordering a most intimate outpouring of natural splendour.




Sitting on the side of the road, I watched as sun slowly sank. "Mom... don't we need to find a hotel before it's dark?" Ah... yes. In a minute. There will be room for us somewhere.



It was dark as black velvet when we finally checked in. Let's stay here awhile, I heard myself saying. "Yes, mom. Let's stay."

6 comments:

Mahon said...

by a member I discovered your blog and your beautiful photos ! I like your vision and these texts of your days always very well written, your pictures are very natural and really succeeded !
My favorites are your landscapes and your beautiful colors, as in this post ! I had a plesant time to you read and I congratulate you for your good work, I'll will you follow with pleasure ! :)

Bye Mahon...
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Evi said...

C'est vraiment infiniment grand. Faudra absolument que je visite ces étendues. Vive l'avenir. Mais en attendant il faut bosser. Yeah!

Judy said...

Allison, your trip has been just awesome and I've enjoyed each post. Sometimes when we go we don't stop and enjoy the view, we just keep going down the road. But sometimes we do and I have a hard time leaving too.

Southern Lady said...

Your pictures are gorgeous! So glad that you are still enjoying your trip. Carla

Out on the prairie said...

You found that prairie spirit, I have to go out and get a fix on a regular basis.When I leave a good spot like this I always say thanks.

Neus said...

Colors of autumn, I love the landscapes. The first capture is my favourite!