Hey there Sisters!!
Growing up, my family lived in a very rule area north of Denver. There were only 2 neighborhoods in the area and we were surrounded by farms. And across from our house was a huge red barn that we used as a landmark of sorts. When I was about 10, they tore down that barn to widen the street and build apartments. More houses went up, more stores, more and more of the city started growing in our little area. What I would not give to have pictures of that barn, or the view of the street with trees just starting to grow.
The site that I want to share with you today has inspired me to start taking pictures of my surroundings. Of where we live and where my kids are growing up. When they are my age, I want them to see the change and have their own stories to show their children.
I took these pictures a few weeks ago of the sun setting behind the mountains. It was taken from the side of our house. I want my kids to remember the view that they see every night, because in a few years there will be more houses or buildings going up and this view is gone.
Today, I challenge you to go out and photograph your surroundings. Maybe the garden with the plants just starting out, or a tree that was planted last year that still has much growing to do. Or the wall in the house that you use to measure your childrens' height. Let us know what it has inspired you to do!!