There is nothing more wonderful than being out on the water during a spectacular sunset. This post is in response to Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post: Wonderful. To see more entries, click here. Advertisements
Photo taken in northern Minnesota. This picture speaks a lot to me. The vivid green leaves are overpowering and majestical. They appear to be streaming towards the sun. The photo makes me feel alive and energetic as if anything is possible, even for only a moment.
Photo taken at Whale Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe and Wilderness Area, Minnesota/Canada. There is something about this photo that brings me to peace. This is one of thousands of lakes in the BWCWA area in Northern Minnesota and Canada. Areas of wilderness that have no electricity, no buildings, no cellphone towers, and no signs of life. Ah, the serenity of leaving the world behind if only for awhile.
I took this photo last weekend while visiting a friends cabin in Northern Minnesota. Floating peacefully across the still waters of the lake, listening to the distant cry of a loon. What on earth could be more serendipitous than taking out a kayak as the sun sets across a deserted lake in the heart of summer? I could have drifted there forever, forgetting all my worries and embracing the spectacular beauty of Mother Nature. What a beautiful world we have!
We just returned from a lovely weekend in Northern Minnesota at our friend’s cabin on tranquil Rabbit Lake. We went kayaking, paddle boating, and roasted marshmallows over a hot summer fire. Not much could be better. I fell in love with the water lilies that dotted the shores of the lake. There were yellow and white and they only opened to the afternoon sun. Here is one that I saw from a distance while kayaking and had to check it […]