I went to the city last weeked - not my city, but another one. It was an amazing opportunity to take pictures, since I hardly ever see the city.
You see, I'm a country girl. I live on 32 acres, I live outside in the summers, and I go on "adventures" with my siblings. There's no one to see me. No one knows what we do, no one can here the secrets we whisper in the forest. Nobody but us knows about those memories. But, when you're in the city, everyone's watching - or so it seems.
|Please ignore the insanely dirty hotel room window.|
I don't know what it is about that the city that I don't like. There's so many people, so many sounds. When you are used to living in the country where all you can hear in the summer is tractors in the fields and the occasional car on the road, those sounds are so different.
What I love about the country is that I can be myself. I can run and play and shout and sing whenever and wherever I want. I don't have to worry about getting embarrassed. There's grass and dirt and trees and stars and quiet and peace. That's what I love about the country.