Tuesday, October 21, 2014

A room with a view

 
Amidst the chaos of this summer my wife and I went back and forth about moving to Maui and living out the rest of our lives there. At one point we had decided to make the move and then we changed our minds and then we changed again and on and on until we finally decided that because of family and some other minor things we were destined to be mainlanders for another decade or two.
 
With that in mind we found a new house in Kansas that gave us the room that we wanted/needed and the comfort of a home in the country, away from the hussle and bussle of the city. We've been here about three weeks now and even though the move almost killed me I'm glad we made the move. Never again though. If we do go to Maui we will sell everything but my cameras and go.
 
This photo is from our living room looking out at the early morning sunrise with a little fog on the prairie.

9 comments:

  1. congratulations! looks awesome! better than any ol' hawaiian sunset or sunrise!

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  2. Great shot! Glad you were able to finally able to get a good sunrise like you were wanting! I really like the composition of this shot.

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  3. I'm afraid I have to agree with Tex Ron. gorgeous stateside view.

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  4. Looks like a painting!! Congrats on the new place. It looks amazing. Remember the Hawaiian sunsets/sunrises will be waiting for you the next time you find yourself here on the islands!

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  5. Congratulations on your new house! This is an awesome shot, and I agree with Val. We need to make plan to go up there to see your new home in the near future. I can see your grand kids run around in your new home in the holidays, and you napping on the chair.

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    1. You are welcome any time Q but with my grandkids there is no napping in the chair! LOL

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  6. Wow, a new place, congratulations! I'll bet you're glad the moving is all done...

    That's quite the picture Ron, looks you've pretty much mastered the art of HDR imaging!

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    1. Thanks Paul. I have found that certain lighting situations just call for the HDR image.

      The moving is done however, the unpacking is another story!

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