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Travel Diaries// Jericho AR Fall 2019 [Part 3]

Here is part 3 of the photos taken from my planned trip down south. I had to break this up since I took too many pictures. I got to do some exploring. My mom claims that I will sit in the house all day but when someone is going to go somewhere, depending on where they always asked me if I want to come. I like that. I'd be happier down south. Minus scripting lies if I am asked why I don't go to church (I talked about this) my folks go places during their time off. They even travel to other states. I'd have so much for my travel diaries. I am trying to save up for a laptop.
 I don't know why but this scene looks so 3D like.

And this one. A good sunset dusk photo. Although I was trying to recreate the colorful dusk photo in my April AR diaries. You can't remake perfection.
 I had to take this photo very carefully. There was a huge puddle underneath and I didn't have a waterproof phone.

I wanted to find something to take photos of. Something, anything.

Someone needs to cut their grass.
 I am a country girl at heart (even if I have been in the city for too long) This is a perfect scenery to me.

 More sunset photos.

 I was on my way to an outing.  I got something other than a powerline.

 With my Samsung Galaxy. It's like I am a pro at taking photos going 50 MPH.

Finally got a chain for my cross. It's my late aunt's chain.

 Now, this is a good photo. Nice clear photo. While on a highway. I got a good still photo that desn't give you zoom zoom vibes.

 Little house on the field from far away.

 And, I got a photo of a powerline. My hobby photographing these robotic looking powerlines for no reason.
 Zoom. Zoom. Zoom.
 This is a wonderful lake.

I tried different angles for the lake. I always like taking pictures from different angles

 Cotton Field. I didn't know cotton grew in the fall. 
 I got a view from the dock.
 This was when I was on my way to my grandmother's.
 Lake from far away.

 Geese in the water.
Morning landscapes.

I wanted to get paid to travel and take photos. I rather work for a company that at least pays for airfare and hotel and I cover food. That's what I want to do. I have 3 crypto blogs that I earn from. That can be something cool for me. I feel that it feels right. My folks may not agree but they are not in my head.


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