Summerland….

4 Aug

So Keleigh, Alex (AKA: Acres Well) and I made the trek up to Santa Babara to this sweet “secret” spot. Alex and Kel have been to it before but i was a first-timer. It was pretty overcast while we were there so no beautiful sunlight shots but still super super cool.

This was the point in the trip when we thought we were going to die. Here we are huddled in this tunnel while listening to a drunk couple arguing up above us. They had no idea we were down there and we wanted to keep it that way! This tunnel that we were in was the SCARIEST place ever! I tried about 3 times to muster up the strength to go deep into its darkness, but i’ve seen too many scary movies and brain would not allow my legs to move any further…

Then, not even knowing it we were probably walking all over this dead thing!! you can see it in the above picture between the two rocks..

This tunnel we braved cuz there was light at the end…….of the tunnel.

Hydrangeas for my mom!


This is Alex. Her likes: taking pictures. Her dislikes: having pictures taken of her.

Keleigh, on the other hand….

Now folks, this picture below is a once in a life time shot. To actually get a chance to see a graceful gazelle in its urban surroundings is like no other. Even tho its a bit blurry you can see her elegant movements. Pure joy my friends. Pure joy.

These last few shots below were taken in town. Check out the house….would have LOVED to meet the person/people that lived in it!

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4 Responses to “Summerland….”

  1. acreswell August 4, 2008 at 10:24 pm #

    Love it! i seriously peed my pants reading this. acres well. amazing. you are pretty awesome.

  2. Anonymous August 4, 2008 at 11:11 pm #

    hahahahahhaa awesome!!!

  3. Lisa Fehser August 5, 2008 at 5:15 am #

    Noelle…You write so well! I really enjoyed these pics along with the story. Looks like you had a great time!
    Love, Lisa

  4. Mom August 5, 2008 at 1:55 pm #

    Simply amazing ! Once again!! I am so jealous that you actually saw AND got a shot of that ‘graceful gazelle’,we need to contact National Geographic and see if they have ever seen one like her….thank you for the hydrangeas! They are lovely.Looks like a fun day…stay away from those frightening alleys !Good thing you girls stayed together.

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