Yes, I am aware that just over my left shoulder, as I made this image, was a stunning view of the Point Reyes beach. And just over my right shoulder was a view of the sea lion cove.
But I liked the looks of this.
Point Reyes National Seashore, California
This is another example of something I found only because there was a sign on the highway pointing toward something that seemed more interesting than anything on the current road.
Dodson Prairie, Texas
The church grounds were large, and over on the side there were a couple of latrines. I’m not going into detail, but I can tell you that the women’s one was locked. This one, though…
Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church
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