Postcard from Talessamtane National Park

Soaking up the sun at Talessamtane National Park

It was her last day of vacation. She’d already changed her plans along the way.  Extended her stay.

She’d never been one to plan every detail.  After all, Picasso once said “if you know exactly what you’re going to do, what’s the point of doing it”.  A motto she lived by.

So she headed into Talessamtane National Park where she cooled off small natural rock pools filled with cold mountain water.

Talessamtane National Park

Hiking in Talessamtane National Park

Napped next to some great rock formations.

Bridge of God at Talessamtane National Park

Bridge of God at Talessamtane National Park

And soaked up the sun as the water crashed around her.

Soaking up the sun at Talessamtane National Park

Soaking up the sun at Talessamtane National Park

A perfect end to a vacation that was filled with ups and downs.

Comments
9 Responses to “Postcard from Talessamtane National Park”
  1. Tessman says:

    I love the quote.. Never heard that one before… Looks amazing

  2. Julie says:

    The downs make you appreciate the ups! Dream big, but don’t forget to act on it! Just like you are doing!

  3. Kathy Sadler says:

    What beautiful scenery with a beautiful girl in th forefront!!

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