Sunday, September 27, 2015

Dreary Back Roads

I'm writing to the hum of rain and stress.

These two things seem to have characterized this weekend well. It has rained for three days straight in my part of the woods, a slow drizzle that never worked its way up to be anything more. The rain naturally makes me want to do very little while life tells me that I need to do a lot. I know I have mentioned (probably way too much) about the level of overwhelmingness I have been feeling recently, but that is currently my life. There are a lot of deadlines coming up that are very close together  and are uber important to my life and future and financial situation, so stressful I am.

Despite this, I bring you rainy pictures of the road. It's my lame attempt at being an iPhone photographer (I blame Steve Jobs). I took these pictures while I was on my way home from my grandmother's house that requires a delightful back road drive to get to. Actually, you can take the interstate just as easily to get to her house, but that drive just isn't as scenic. The interstate drones on and on so monotonously, so why would I ever take that when I could view this for 45 minutes straight?

And on that note, I sincerely hope you enjoyed my conglomerate of back road pictures. Have a fabulous Sunday.


  1. Back road photos aren't bad to take... but I do admit, because of Steve Jobs, he has made everyone a photographer. O-^

    xoxo Morning

    1. It's so true though, isn't it? Everyone with an iPhone and a hand suddenly thinks they are the next prodigal photographer. It kind of derails any seriously good photographer, but I guess there really is nothing we can do about it. Nonetheless, thanks for stopping by and have a great day!