I own a Nikon Coolpix P510 that my husband lovingly bought me to inspire the inner photographer in me. It took me a year to brave the instruction manual. When I finally started, I realized it was pretty user friendly. Over the years, I have taken hundreds of crappy photos. However, every once in a while, a masterpiece photo was taken by me….not because I have improved, but due to dumb luck. My kids still take better selfies with their phones than I do with my Nikon. Despite that fact, a few over the years are “Post Worthy” and describe; with no description necessary, the “Why we RV full-time” question. The bleached stump was taken on Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island, mid-morning on a Saturday. The sweeping pink sky was taken after sunset at St. George Island State Park, while I was peddling a bicycle. One of my most quirky is the kid with the orange hair selling orange fruit to match said hair color, in an open market in Seattle. The whimsical sea otters were taken in the Kenai peninsula in Alaska. The stoic white barn in the Amish country of Pennsylvania. I love the stillness of the green wheat field as it contrasts to the dark brown fence; taken in rural Missouri. The beautiful grazing horses picture was taken from the RV as it was parked next to a horse farm in Park City, Utah. In Canyonlands National Park, a fellow hiker accidentally left their hat; I captured the “lost hat” in my frame. The blades of dark alfalfa with sky behind was taken on a walk with my dog in Dodge City, Kansas. And the one photo which makes me the most proud is the foggy picture while driving over the San Francisco bridge on the back of my husband’s Harley, on a foggy Thursday. Isn’t America beautiful????