Natural beauty, man made beauty
This past week we went from natural beauty like this.
To man made beauty like this.
This is a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan, and I don’t think I have ever seen a more beautiful car. The lines, and the design of this car are so perfect, and so amazing.
Even the headlights were designed with perfection in mind.
No this is not my new ride, sadly. This past Sunday in Carefree, while we were there for the art show, there was a small show for Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Maserati owners. (I know right, a group we would all like to join) There were probably 20 cars, and it was a very nice little display.
This is a 2015 Ferrari. Again, artistry and perfect design.
This was an older Ferrari. I have no idea what year. This was not the kind of car show were you could feel comfortable talking to the car owners. I didn’t anyway.
I’ve kinda been a car nut since high school. I love classic cars, and sports cars.
You have to love that Italian design. They know how to make a sexy car.
I did find some natural beauty there too. The branch cholla cactus were all getting buds and getting ready to bloom. I was so lucky that one decided to bloom before all the others, just so I could get a photo.
Yesterday we drove to Prescott. Which is only 1 1/2 hours from the Phoenix area, but a world away. We climbed to 5300 feet in elevation and up into the pine trees. I love Prescott, and we will be staying here until Thursday. Prescott has a nice old downtown area, and some great antique stores. So we will be prowling for cheap small stuff, and getting some wandering in the woods in too. We are staying in a nice little forest service campground, tucked into the pines. It’s a big change from the desert.
I will have more on Prescott this week. Have a great day everyone!