Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Our World Tuesday, #75

Kansas Heartland

Driving through the heart of Kansas there is a unique feeling of history. There are many farms, ranches and cattle yards. The greenery mixed with scrub brush, rock and tumbleweeds has a raw, natural beauty all its own. There is still a genuine wildness in America's heartland.



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22 comments:

  1. Lovely. It reminds me a bit of Nebraska. I lived there for several years.

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  2. Nice to see a picture from Kansas:)

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    1. I really love Kansas. The wild beauty is attractive to me.

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  3. Beautiful ... have a great drive :-)

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    1. This was from my recent road trip. I do want to go back.

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  4. I completely agree. So so very beautiful in that part of the country. I do love international travel (who am I kidding, I love ANY kind of travel), but there really is so much to be explored and appreciated here stateside.

    This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I really love the wide open spaces, and do not like urban areas. I am most at home with nature and wildlife.
      Thanks for visiting.

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  5. Nice shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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    1. Thanks, Gary! I love your blog. It is beautiful.

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  6. One of my older sister lived in Omaha at one time so I have visited there several time. Very nice part of the states.

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    1. Nebraska is much like Kansas, also beautiful.

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  7. And we forget how pretty the Midwest can be!

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    1. Thanks, Beth. I love Kansas and Oklahoma.

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  9. Thanks for the reminder of what true beauty we have within our borders. Lovely.

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