Down to the Bayou

So last weekend I spent a few days in Louisiana. Unfortunately, it rained almost the entire time, so I didn’t get out as much as I wanted. But that didn’t stop me from taking some pretty sweet picks! This post is probably going to be primarily devoted to the swamp. Because it’s green, and beautiful and I kind of miss it. So here you go.. (:

greying treeegret close up follow the path forest look at me moss or nottss sorry not sorry swampy wooden path that bark though treeeeesThere is something so calming about the Bayou. The croaking frogs, the swimming turtles…no signs of gators. It’s just those pesky mosquitoes that I can’t handle. I want to go back.

 

Mary Jane xx
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