We spend a lot of time driving. I mean, a lot of time. Our poor car has so many, many miles on it, but they were all worth it. We often travel to visit family in different places around America. Usually I’m riding. And usually I’m holding my phone to the windshield, snapping photos of the landscape as it flies past.
I love watching the landscapes change and evolve as we drive across the country. As we drive from South Carolina to Ohio (to visit my family and head homeward) we get to enjoy flat and lush landscapes, mountain ranges, valleys, fields of wheat, pastures, rivers, farms, cities, and hills.
The landscape may change as the hours pass, but every moment brings us closer to home.
Where do you call “home”? Do you often take road trips? Am I the only person that would rather drive across the country for hours than hop on a plane and fly?
“Heading Homeward” is painting #3 in my painting-a-day project.
I’m painting a new painting each day until we’re in our new home and selling these paintings for a ridiculously low price. This painting is 16×20 inches and will make a huge impact on the style, color, and design of your space.
It is $100 and listed in my shop!
See you tomorrow with painting #4!
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