Thursday, July 24, 2008

Pictures part 3: Scenery

The last batch. Please to enjoy.


Even the smallest village on our trip had a little cemetery on the outskirts, with headstones dated centuries in the past. It's weird visiting a city in the US that's more than, say, a hundred years old.







There were micro-lakes everywhere -- we rode by a handful every day.







I took lots of pictures of lakes.







Did I mention that it rained every day of the trip but one? Because, yeah, it totally did.







For emphasis, here: it rained a lot.







There were lots of country highways. I feel that my captions are becoming somewhat less inspired.








I_tried leaves me in the dust.
















Thomas Kincaid I ain't.







Would you describe the light here as "dappling" the road? 'Cause I would.








This is actually a crop, although damned if I know what of.









And the obligatory artsy shot.

5 comments:

  1. man that's a lot of gear...

    beautiful pictures! aaaaaaaaa, I'm so excited I can't even think straight enough to pack.

    wow.

    well done!

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  2. :-) Thanks!

    It is a lot of gear. That was before we went crazy and threw stuff away.

    Have fun packing! It's not that bad, I promise.

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  3. Thank god you're not Thomas Kincaid.

    And yes, that light is indeed "dappling."

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