When we got there, I couldn't wait to check the surf conditions!
|Me, on the transoceanic bridge|
Oh, wow. Talk about low tide! There was no way we could go on a surfin' safari. Mom suggested we have a look around; maybe we'd find something else to get into.
We walked down toward the eastern shore - and I couldn't believe my eyes!
Someone's building right on the waterfront!
|"I should have bought up these properties when I had the chance!"|
I wonder what they're building. Maybe a sea-side casino ... thought it's a little far from the boardwalk.
|"Maybe they'll extend the boardwalk..."|
I have no idea why it looks like I'm standing/walking so funny. I must have been in mid-something. Who knows.
So anyway... the western shore, being what it is (western) was covered in - guess what?!?!
Sunflowers! Everywhere you looked! It was great!
Anyway, not only did Mom take a bunch of pix, but she went back WITHOUT me (something about not wanting me in tall grass, where there are ticks and snakes and stuff) so she could do a shoot with the camera. Today, I'll share the pix she shot with the iPhone, then tomorrow, we'll share some of the ones she took with the Nikon.
Here are the pix I helped Mom take:
|This is a hill. We do have hills in Kansas. But not mountains.|
Check out our sky. And the SUNflowers.
This next one is one of our favorites of the day:
Yep. Taken with the iPhone, not the camera. It's not the paintbrush, it's what you do with it. Or something like that.
Here's one to show you all the rich Fall colors:
Yeah. Maybe we couldn't go on a surfin' safari, but this was a mighty good alternative. Thanks for coming along with me!