It’s been a while since my last post! I’m glad it’s time for the Serenity project blog circle!
My husband and I took off last week for a little R&R before things get hectic with a wedding around here. We drove across the state of North Carolina, from the mountains to the sea. Our plans were to drive the length of the Outer Banks stopping as we saw fit to enjoy the scenery, or do some shopping or visit a memorial or two. It was a beautiful trip. The weather was perfect and the crowds this time of year were pretty much non-existent.
I’m always amazed when I leave these mountains. I feel like I can see SO much more of the world. Living in the mountains means you are basically living in the woods. There are trees all around and when you look up, you see the sky, but when you look side to side you pretty much just see trees. You can see too much all around you. So when I head down the mountain to other parts of the country, I am always amazed that I can see ALL around and the landscapes stretch on for miles.
That’s what I thought about when I watched the sunsets this past week on the Outer Banks. The vast sky was incredible! I couldn’t take it all in. I was just so beautiful and serene…
Hence my image for this month’s Serenity Project. This was looking across the Roanoke Sound towards Roanoke Island and the city of Manteo.
Please follow along our Serenity circle by visiting the talented Carri Peterson. You can find her dose of serenity at Sunlit Moments Photography.