I came up with the term #drivethruartgalleries when describing natural beauty that is all around us. We are really blessed in the USA to have these treasures called National Parks. You can actually drive thru them at your leisure and stop along the way whenever you want to stretch your legs and expand your horizons. LITERALLY! Resting along the side of the road surrounded in THIS beauty is refreshment for your soul. Being able to capture those moments with a camera is a bonus. That means you can magically be transported right back to that time and place whenever you look at the picture. That is why I love Photography. I also have recently developed a love of writing. Being able to combine the two and create my little #wicki posters is just a way for me to multitask my passions! If you like what you see here, you might want to come and follow me on instagram. I try and post at least 1 inspirational image a day. They are all photos that I have taken and the words are from my own heart and soul. Since I love making up words and using the heck out of hashtags, here's one more: The Triple S Effect ( #tse) The 3 letter S's are: Seven Second Sermon---my inspirational pics are a quick little nugget of HIS words using my photo taken from HIS Natural Art Gallery. You don't need to get all dressed and go to church to see Jesus! He is everywhere and his Dad's creative genius is nowhere more evident than in our Beautiful National Parks.
I look forward to my next National Park trip and since I haven't decided where to go yet, the anticipation hasn't even started! I think it may have to be Big Bend in the Spring. After all, I am a Texan and as a Certified Tourism Ambassador for San Antonio, I feel like I NEED to visit our states treasure!
Since I took you on a Field Trip and SHOWed you my adventure, why not TELL me about your favorite trip to one of our National Parks or a trip you are planning for the future. Sharing is Caring and I love feedback and discussion on Natural Beauty! Feel free to ask me questions or just share your own experience in the comments below.