...some times you can find beauty in the most unusual places.
Those deep dark recesses that make you wonder if the light has ever graced their door. Those sharp jagged-edge towns that are fighting to stay alive... mavericks in a wasteland of broken dreams. Sometimes I see it that way...
The other day; we were lost. I've always been "direction-ally challenged"... and we ended up in this tiny town that seemed comprised of several houses, a bar or two, a fantastic old train trestle bridge... and this glass recycling plant. And I've got to say, the sun setting in the hills and the light reflecting off of all that broken glass was rather magical.
--- but it's the weekend! already (it's amazing how time flies), and I've got some links to share with you all:
*a colorful wasp colony
*30 most colorful cities from around the world
*past & present China
*a neat Instagram site I found about camping
*have I mentioned how very much I love possums?
*photographer Marc Riboud
*NASA: Northern Lights video
*totally different/ it's never too late... "Grindmother" ...
*National State Parks! listed by state... road trip fodder?
*famous buildings recreated with Legos
*12 affordable music fests coming this year
*PTSD and fatique -- is it normal to feel so tired?
*free downloads-- art books from the Met
*HERE is your aaaaaaaaaaaaawww for the day
BONUS: my daughter was recently interviewed and featured on a blog!!! Here is the article
I hope you all have a great weekend,
and I will see you all back here on Monday for my "Maker Monday" post.