The headline and the featured photo say it all: Never before in the history of Minnesota prairies has the landscape been so alive with color as it is today at Dakota County’s Spring Lake Park. At least I’VE never seen it in such beautiful bloom before, and I come from a school of thought that says “If I didn’t see it, it never happened.” Of course, I’m willing to be proven wrong–that is, IF you can post prairie pictures that are even more colorful and are not photo-shopped or enhanced in any way and are certified by a notary public as being authentic and true.
Today’s ride was going to be just another unpublished bike ride until I saw all that green, lavender, purple, yellow and scarlet. I felt I should share that beauty with my Cycle365 friends.
You know that last picture of me meditating? Well, the meditation wasn’t certified as honest and true by a notary public because I’ve never actually meditated before. It was just me PRETENDING to meditate. However, while sitting there waiting for the timer on my phone to snap the picture, I enjoyed that ten seconds so much that I think I might start meditating in the future.
Since I decided to share some pictures from my ride anyway, I figured I should try to find some lines for the September Challenge.
I look forward to the October challenge. See you then.