Friday, June 3, 2011

OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE!

I feel like I'm in a dream where I suddenly fly away from my life, surroundings, daily routine, familiar faces, and then wake up in a foreign land.......  Oh wait, that actually happened!!!!  
The past 2 months have been incredible, in what I've seen, what I am learning and what I am doing.  I'm just now beginning to tread fast enough to keep my head above water. I'm hoping that soon I'll be posting here again, and visiting your blogs, too.  Just so you know, I'll post some of my favorite photos here, but to read about our adventures and see more, follow me HERE.  We've already been to some beautiful places, and that is easy because there are photo ops around every bend.  Here's one:
It was a dark and moody day, but the sun peeked through briefly.  Hard to believe everything is so beautifully green at the beginning of winter.

12 comments:

Robin said...

Karen, wonderful to hear from you! I look forward to more NZ

tusen said...

Adventure!

S. Etole said...

What an incredible view ... it is good to hear from you again.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Postcard perfect!

Denise said...

Oh my goodness, that is such a gorgeous picture Karen. I am looking forward to reading about your adventures in NZ.

darlin said...

You have found a piece of paradise, or paradise has found you! This photo is breathtaking, you're surrounded by such beauty. I'd love to visit NZ, maybe one day if that's where I'm led! It's so fantastic to hear all is well with you, I'm in such awe of the work you are doing. Take care and thank you for sharing. I'll check the link a bit later, I'm looking forward to it but I'm at the farm and for some reason my connection is slow tonight. May God continue to bless and be with both you and your husband!

Cher' Shots said...

your journey reminds me of when I pulled up stakes and headed to Alaska ~ a wonderful opportunity and blessing
'hugs from afar'

diane b said...

Ah it is hard to find another country as beautiful as NZ but shame about the weather. It rains a lot and that is why everything is so green. Wait until you visit the South Island it will blow you away...a photographers paradise.

Sandra said...

incredible view

Stacey Dawn said...

Thanks for sharing this with us - wow - what a scenic place!

janc@mac.com said...

You've captured the moody and mysterious colors. It looks like a set from a movie created with computer generated enhancement. Fabulous!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Breathaking