Sunday, October 01, 2006

Home, now to sleep

Just one photo to share at the moment. More to come later on. It's been a long drive -- 1,300 + miles since Friday morning.

This was my favorite of many photos taken during the trip. It was also one of the last taken tonight, just as the sun set. I got it just two seconds before the light disappeared completely.

From the wind farm near Weatherford, where there are literally hundreds of these wind generators line up for miles, looking like ballerinas dancing on the prairie (E.R., thought of you while I saw these, both on the way out and on the way back.)

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7 comments:

FrenziedFeline said...

Was that Weatherford, OK? If so, no wonder the song says the wind comes sweeping down the plain!

Great shot! :)

Trixie said...

That's it exactly, Frenzied. After this shot, I went on in to town and had a chicken fried steak dinner. I think I was channeling E.R. at that point. LOL!

Anonymous said...

Welcome back! Sorry I didn't get off that last promised e-mail.

JT

Erudite Redneck said...

LOL.

Great shot!

Next time one of us is up in the Panhandle, we'll have to take some pix and show Frenzied some *real* plains!

Trixie said...

Hold on just a sec, and see tonight's post which is upcoming...

FrenziedFeline said...

I've been on the plains of eastern Colorado. Does that count?

Michelle said...

That one deserves a prize Trixie. Absolutely gorgeous.