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Around the Bend

Looking For Fall Color

Last fall, my hubby and I took a road trip to see the fall colors in Arkansas and Missouri.  The leaves hadn’t changed colors yet; so we spent lots of time just driving around looking at the area.

Should We or Shouldn’t We?

We saw a sign off the main highway for an overlook in the Mark Twain Forrest near Branson, Missouri.  After just a few seconds hesitation, we decided to try it.   The road was an amazing smooth and well maintained one lane dirt road.   Of course, that didn’t really matter because we seemed to be the only ones driving on the road.  It was almost scary for city dwellers traveling so far into the forest and not knowing a definite way to get out.  The shadows were awesome (or scary) even though it was early afternoon leading to quiet the adventure for us and our imaginations.

Do you consider a drive like this an adventure or a wrong turn?

“Around the Bend” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge.  You can join the Monochrome Madness Challenge or view more monochrome photos by visiting Leanne Cole Photography. You can view my other Monochrome Madness Challenge entries by clicking on Monochrome Madness  at the top of the page and scrolling down through the page.

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3 thoughts on “Around the Bend

  1. It was a rather wonderful adventure. It’s good to get out of your comfort zone once in a while. And of course there’s more to the story. LOL Thanks for stopping by. 🙂


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