A couple weeks ago I decided to take advantage of one of the last beautiful fall days before the cold weather descended.
(Plus, I wanted to spend some time with my squeeze, but we won’t go there)
Anyway, we went out on an excursion and played with our cameras. First, we stopped at Dr. Evermor’s Art Park. He is an eccentric artist who creates whimsical sculptures from scrap metal. He has built a “forevertron” that will launch him into outer space on a magnetic beam.
It takes quite the eye to see potential in trash. We humans could take a lesson from this man.
We then traveled to Parfrey’s Glen. It was a wonderful day. Everybody should be required to take “hooky” days every so often. Oh, and here’s a green thing:
I remember seeing plants such as this when I was a child in Minnesota. A simpler time. When I was a child, I immersed myself into everything *not human* because it was too difficult to interact with people. I am still an introvert today.
Filling up, spilling over, it’s an endless waterfall…