Happy Monday- Drive by photographer

Happy Monday. Drive by photographer, Marie Segal here.

Hope you all are having a wonderful holiday weekend (4th of July here in the
good ole USA).

We will resume life tomorrow. The governmental offices are closed and the
post office is closed, Ups will not deliver or pick up, but spending money is
allowed. All stores will be open at least sometime during the day today and most
likely they will be holding huge holiday sales to get you to come in and spend
the money you do not have! I live in California, a couple of the people might
have money though. They all live in Hollywood. ;-D

Tonight my one cat will be buried as far as she can get somewhere,
freaking out about the noise. Thunderstorms and fireworks do this to her.

It is the birth of our nation.

Happy Birthday Nation!!

Eat hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, chips, coleslaw, fruit salad, corn,
watermelon, and do not for get the dessert, till you are in a coma! Then go
shopping. ;-D

I thought since this is the day that commemorates the birth of our nation,
what better place to show you than pictures of West Virginia and Virginia?

I took these from a moving vehicle so this qualifies me as a drive by

Those red, white, and blue banners hanging from the porch are the thing to do
in this area.

What a gorgeous home and yard. I am, though, curious to know the significance
of the horse. Ah, the perils of drive by photography.

Cemeteries and rock buildings are also a part of this area. I approve, it
looks so nice, doesn’t it?

This one was especially nice.

Cemeteries are everywhere actually. Hey, I see some rock on that building on
the right too!

Churches are also prevalent. Everywhere.

Some of the issues of drive by photography are the angles your wrist and
camera has to be in to take photos. ;-D I photoshoped for you though.

This looks like it might have been a church at one time! Just a beautiful
place. Missed the front of it though, moving too fast.

The beauty of the land must have made our ancestors cry after being in a boat
for months and months.

I wonder what they would think of the massive houses now?

This land is our land and it is a gorgeous place, sometimes you just have to
search it out. We need to cherish it and take care of it. Look for the beauty
where you live, it is there.

Happy 4th of July!!


2 Responses to “Happy Monday- Drive by photographer”

  1. July 4, 2011 at 8:17 am

    What’s the weather like? I totally want to move there now.

    • July 4, 2011 at 1:49 pm

      When I was there it was hot and sticky sticky. It is supposed to be worse now.
      That is why they have gorgeous yards and snow and bugs and mosquitos!
      It is gorgeous though.
      That is part of the reason for drive by photography- air-conditioned car! ;-p

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