Last Monday, I had a little over an hour left in Fahrenheit 451; there’s nothing like a little dystopia in your ears to add atmosphere to a quiet, cloudy morning. Henry Vilas Park is about a mile and a half from Sara’s (this time, I checked the map before I set out 🙂 This was my first time visiting there and I had no idea what to expect.
I wasn’t disappointed. The scenery is beautiful.
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I made it back to Sara’s with a little more time left in the book (at this point I was listening to the Coda and Afterward) so I kept going. This view is a block past her apartment. I’d seen it many times before, and always thought it would make a lovely Waterlogue.
Hope your week is going well – happy Wednesday!
9 thoughts on “A Morning Walk in Madison.”
It's nice to temper dystopic listening with utopic scenery!
Beautiful water color! I read Fahrenheit 451 ages ago and don't remember much about it except that I didn't care for it much.
Oh it looks like the perfect spot for a walk no matter what you are listening to!
I love getting in that extra time outdoors just to finish a book. It's been years (and years) since I read that book and it would be interesting to revisit it. The park looks so calm and peaceful.
Beautiful water color & a beautiful spot to walk & listen!
I have never read it! I know Doug did when Dan was in high school reading it. And you were right…it is a lovely waterlogue!
What a super Waterlogue … I'd love to get inside! Glad you,enjoyed your walk – it looks very restful.
A great waterlogue…so vibrant. Listening and looking on a walk always brings surprises…thanks for sharing.Cheers~
Looks like a very peaceful place to spend time.
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