A Time When My Words Floated Softly In The Fog

A time when my words floated softly in the fog
Searching for the one thinking how it would feel to kiss you
You then came here to lay with me
Holding my hand
Dreaming together
Sketching our thoughts with electricity
Waves fast forwarding time

As your mind wanders like a brush with endless pallets of color
Doorways to scenes of our first kiss
The love of nirvana in your eyes
Finding ways into my heart
Into my eyes
Into my heart

Your eyes closed
My finger tips traveling on your soft skin
Raised hair from static in the air
Fluttering our hearts like butterflies skipping through the wind
On this mountain of solitude and strength
Protecting you with every second in my arms
To never go a day without you

Description: An original love song I took so much time today to write about. I needed it to be perfect, and hope you enjoy it.
Latest post from today's weather out in the snow taking some time away from the house... down the street actually to enjoy the snow flakes past me by, with birds chirping in the background while the loud humans are tucked away in their beds watching Netflix. I did not edit this shot. All settings were directly set on camera. Even the snow created a soft effect on my polarizer filter from Hoya Filter USA with my Canon 7D

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After The Fog

After a foggy rainy morning, the clouds broke, letting the sun shine down on Shenandoah National Park with the Blue Ridge Mountains revealing itself. The views here are breathtakingly beautiful! If you ever have the chance, please make the trip and ride along skyline drive. 

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great Saturday everyone!

Valley Forge National Park

The United States National Memorial Arch is probably the park's most recognizable symbol. Standing 60 feet high, the arch has stood tall above Valley Forge since it was dedicated in 1917.

When the idea for the arch was proposed in 1910, the plan originally called for two arches: one at each of the two entrances to the park. However, the plan was changed to a single arch, which was constructed at the intersection of Gulph Road and Outer Line Drive.

The arch is modeled after the victory arches of Ancient Rome and is a symbol of victory for the Americans over the British forces. Inscribed at the top of the arch is a quote from George Washington:

"Naked and starving as they are

We cannot enough admire

The incomparable Patience and Fidelity

of the Soldiery"