Being a morning person definitely has its advantages. One morning, rising early, I decided to adventure around our neighborhood and travel downtown to see the city. Being Saturday no one was really out and about so it was the perfect setting to capture some iconic Chicago landscapes.
I went to Wrigley which happens to be just blocks from our house and took this picture.
After taking that picture I was able to head downtown. One I’d like to share from that visit was at the iconic “bean” where typically on any given day there are hundreds of people. Luckily this morning I was one out of ten up and checking things out.
Here’s a breathtaking view from the John Hancock in Chicago. I recently went up to the 96th floor or so for this awesome view. I admire this view because if you are standing where I was when taking the picture, my house is 4 miles north!
Recently my husband and I traveled to Arizona to visit friends. During the travel to their house we stopped along the way throughout the Salt River Canyon. Here is a close up of some of the beautiful landscape.
Location: Chicago, IL. River North Area.
Yet another evening of no scrapbooking or cardmaking. I’m afraid it’s going to get away from me once again this week. Instead I’ve decided to take a few minutes tonight to look through the computer files for any images I’ve really deemed “awesome” that depict different scenes or locations of water that bring back memories.
I’ve taken the original and did a few edits to give it a new life. It’s been fun to remember each location and the memories made there. Enjoy!
On my fall travels in Winona, MN.