Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 47 of 100

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This weekend seemed to fly by! Then again, I guess all weekends seem to feel that way, especially during long work weeks. It’s raining outside again right now. It’s supposed to rain all day tomorrow, and then clear up for at least a week following that downpour. The fields around Los Angeles are very green, providing perfect photography opportunities for those who seek out the scenic sites to shoot and capture.

Time for bed now.

-Vincent Lowry (Author of American Vineyard)

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 46 of 100

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I’m going to have another anniversary dinner tonight. The one on Valentine’s day was far from romantic, and my sweetheart deserves much, much better. So I’m taking her out again, the way it should have been done on the 14th, and I look forward to what I know will be a wonderful night with an amazing woman.

I captured the photo above in Albuquerque, NM. It was a stunning rainbow after a winter shower, and I shot it from an unobstructed view at my mom’s house. I will return to Albuquerque next month for my 40th birthday.

-Vincent Lowry (Author of American Vineyard and #LucysLetter)

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 45 of 100

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The news said this weekend’s storm was going to be the strongest in 7 years. From the looks of what I saw while driving–downed trees, flooded streets, malfunctioning streetlights–I believe they could be right. It’s rained 5 inches or so over the last half dozen hours. I can hear the steady beat of the drops right now as I write this blog entry, drops that are a reminder that my car could be in the middle of a pond tomorrow when it comes time to hit the road again.

Today’s picture is a shot of New Mexico back in January when a much smaller storm visited the high desert. I took it at sunrise.

-Vincent Lowry (Author of American Vineyard and #LucysLetter)

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 44 of 100

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Because Valentine’s day was this week, as well as my anniversary, today’s photo is for my girlfriend. She’s an awesome, beautiful woman who is incredibly supportive of my dreams and goals. Thank you for all that you’ve done, and I look forward to more wonderful dates with you as we continue our journey together.

I took the picture above at Taos, New Mexico several years back. The winter sunset was amazing that day!

-Vincent

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 43 of 100

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Today’s shot is another one of Palos Verdes. I wish the day had been a little clearer that morning when I went to the coast with my camera, but you often don’t get all the right conditions weather wise when shooting.  I liked the look of the winding trail in this picture and matching blues of the sky and ocean. I think I’ll take another trip to this location soon, perhaps on an afternoon, to see what else I can capture and what else will surprise me.

-Vincent Lowry (Author of American Vineyard and #LucysLetter)

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 42 of 100

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It’s Valentine’s Day and I’m heading out soon to have dinner with my girlfriend. I’m sure we are bound to see a ton of people at the restaurant, and I’m a little worried that our reservations won’t be on the list when we arrive (I called on the phone to confirm, but no one answered). It’s a first world problem, I know. I’m aware that I’m lucky I don’t have the problems we see in the news, so I keep that in mind as I head out for what I hope to be a lovely meal with lovely woman.

Today’s picture is from Palos Verdes. Please enjoy.

-Vincent (Author of American Vineyard and #LucysLetter)

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Following a Dream in 2017 – Day 41 of 100

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I might have a poem for this day, but I first need to get permission before I can post it. I will edit this entry as needed.

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy Palos Verdes.

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