My family has something for evening visits to parks this summer, because we went back twice to two different parks, one of them that I featured on this blog in June.
Two weeks ago, after watching Ant-Man, my family decided on a whim to go visit a park on the edge of town named after a major catastrophe that occurred. I was listening to Broadway songs on my phone and finally, we had arrived.
The first time we went, the weather was quite nice, and, feeling a bit artsy that day, decided to play around with silhouette photography on my phone, as I had left my camera at home. The view was quite beautiful—we all stayed out until ten-thirty, devouring the Tex-Mex food that we bought and drinking in our Sprite like drinks.
Sorry for the bad quality of the first two; these photos of me were taken on my phone by my brother.
The second time we went, which was yesterday, I had brought my camera—but the weather wasn’t as pretty. Still, my family ventured out to go out to the ocean after munching on popcorn from the showing of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, playing around with more photo tricks and trying to skip stones into the slowly rising tide (a skill which I am not a master at, currently).
My mom's shoes on the rocks.
Photo credits to my mom!
My brother attempted to find smooth rocks for skipping!
My family also went to a get together at a park, this time, taking place during the evening’s duration. I was able to wade in the water. My younger brother attracted a flock of geese near where the swimming parameters. Waddling around and trying to snap photos of birds is a difficult task. I must have looked like a dummy!
Photo credits to my cousin!
School begins for me next Wednesday, a fact that I am slightly dreading. My brains feel like they are still fried from last May’s finals. Finalizing my new design and preparing myself for an upcoming audition doesn’t help my case either. I've been getting out much more, watching movies and texting my friends like crazy (a reason why I haven't been able to reply to comments as much as I would like to) but it’s better to enjoy the last of these summer nights than dreading it!