I should really be working now instead of scrapping. . . but it's hard to stay away, even when life tries to get in the way. LOL!


This is another photo from our Thanksgiving trip to Maryland where we visited Assateague National Seashore. (Companion to this page: http://www.designerdigitals.com/digital-scrapbooking/ideas/showphoto.php?photo=118721&ppuser=38130)
I wanted to use my text as texture more than as part of the story, but here's what is says:
The power of nature – so eloquently stated by John Muir. I couldn’t agree more. We hadn’t planned on taking a walk in the park. And we certainly didn’t think we’d see such views and experience such beauty. But nature had other plans, and once we stepped onto the boardwalks, we couldn’t stop walking and looking.


In this Project:
Anna Aspnes:
Light Textured Neutrals Paperie No. 01 (overlaid)


Katie Pertiet:
Classic Cardstock: Christmas (overlaid)
Postage Frame Photo Clusters No. 02
Stamped Blocks No. 12 Brushes and Stamps


Park Map in background is from the National Park Service.
Fonts: Interstate, Minion Pro


Thanks for looking! : )