Monday, April 12, 2010

Casualty of Time

I have found out that if I make plans and post them on the blog.

They will change.

So far it has been a good change.

But I think I will hesitate next time before I pronounce my awesome adventure plans for the day.

There was no Enchanted Rock.

We still went hiking.

And there was much enchantment to be found.

At Cat Claw Ranch.

(click on the images to make them larger to really enjoy the detail of this hauntingly magical place)






"If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten." 

~ Rudyard Kipling

5 comments:

carissa @ lowercase letters said...

oh wow. so mysterious and intriguing!

Bossy Betty said...

Wow! Looks like an adventure indeed!

Frances said...

Oh Bonnie. I don't know why I like places like this so much. I guess because they speak of the passing of time and of how everything is fleeting. They make you stop and look and wonder. I'm so glad to be able to see your photos in larger sizes than on 365. The details just need to be seen on most photos. Thank you for dropping by my blog again. And yes, I do understand that life happens and there are sometimes many days when everything we want to do just can't be done. I love it whenever you can stop by but completely understand when you can't. Hugs to you.

Hannah said...

Very mysterious--and that quote is perfect for it! Love the photos--uber cool. :-)

Smiles.
--Hannah

Jenny said...

Ummm....wow