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Travel Diaries// Jericho AR Fall 2019 [Part 2]

I went back down south last week at the time I wrote this. My mom had a class reunion that she wanted to attend and I came with her. I took photos like mad while I was gone and I also made some vlogs that will be uploading in chunks. These photos will be out of order so that is my bad
 I got a rare full moon photo. This was taken on the way back. The bust stopped in Champagne, Il for a 10-minute break. I hardly get a good full moon photo. Better make it last.

 I had to take this photo really carefully since there was a huge puddle of water right below. This is a nice flower indeed. Nature photography is my thing.

 My folks' church had a picnic in the woods so I came along. I am sure glad I went because this looks so nice. it was cool to have the great outdoors. Away from the city which is what I like.

 This photo was on the way back when it was getting light out. The bus left at night and the way we took had no street lights down the road.

 I got several photos of this lake from a different angle. It looks so blue and clear. If there was a full moon out the moon's reflection on the lake would look so nice.
 My 70 MPH photography skills are rusty. I mean if I am in a car going fast getting a clear, still photo. This photo came out ok. This was when I was on my way to my grandmother's house.
 Here is a different angle of that lake. I was able to get a closer look. I think you can go swimming in the lake in the summertime. I don't swim in lakes. I may just hang out on the shore but that's it.

 I met this cute little fella. I am a dog lover.

I feel in love with these photos. They came out so great. I even had cell service out here. In my Fox River blog, I had nothing when I was out there. Maybe because back then I had AT&T and now I have T-mobile.

I like to have cell service when I go somewhere. You will see more photos from me. I took way too much which is great. Photographing your travels is important. You want memories of these things.


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