Jul 30, 2014


for over a week i've been away from any computer or wifi.
i'm not saying this fact makes me better than anyone else,
i just wanted to share that it felt really nice.
exploring, working, summer, family,
sometimes i've just got to let that take precedence over all else.
and like i said before,
it was really, really nice
and so refreshing.

living out of a suitcase for a few days
being away from what i'm familiar with,
sometimes that's all it takes to adjust my sights.

p.s. did you catch me on The Earth Through A Lens last week?
i got to participate in another wonderful blog series...
check it out

Sunday, July 20, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
Tuesday, June 22, 2014
Wednesday, June 23, 2014
Thursday, June 24, 2014
Friday, June 25, 2014
Saturday, June 26, 2014


Tessie Jayne said...

I'm so glad that you've been having fun this summer and just going places (something I wish I could do). The fact that you're totally separating yourself, if even for a short while, from the hassle of electronics and everything else is super admirable and I only wish more people could do the same.
The sunsets you've snapped this time are all so lovely, it's hard to pick one I like the best. The first one though is probably my favorite, simply because I love peachy-colored clouds against light blue skies. I hope you continue to have a great summer exploring! :)

Sarah said...

It is really nice to be away from the computer for a while and focus on other things! I like the photo from June 23rd, the nice big sky and the little neighborhood below.

Amia said...

Favorite sunset: June 24th. It is nice that you've had the chance to be away from technology for so long, sometimes you need that break from the internet and all the buzz and just allow yourself to really take notice of the world around you without the distraction of a screen.

Lucy said...

Glad you are enjoying yourself, Abigail. And I'll pop over now to check out your feature - congratulations!

Bethany Carson said...

Love the sunsets from the 24th, 25th, and 26th! Beautiful photos!

Michelle Brooks said...

I liked doing that too this summer, unplugging and focusing on friends, family visiting, parties & vacations! But how do you get the sky in your photos such an amazing blue?

Abigail said...

yes, it's so refreshing.
i don't know how the sky gets so blue, honestly. i think some nights are naturally more blue than others, but i also use the vivid color setting on my camera quite a bit (these are shot with two variations of the Canon PowerShot). that might have something to do with it.

Michelle Brooks said...

Oh thank you for the reply. Perhaps my next camera should be a Canon? With the Nikon it seems like I take like 6 photos of the same thing and each one will look a bit different {on automatic} It's all about the light!!


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