26 thoughts on “Roads”

  1. I like roads and paths with curves and bends in them. It keeps it interesting, wondering what is up around the next bend. Your last photo looks more like a road block. These are seldom fun, but some challenge can add to growth. Happy trails Lynette. Allan

  2. No but I am hoping to move somewhere more remote like the Oregon or the hills of Boone,NC. Your photographs are very pretty. You must live remotely. I hope you enjoy it. Love 💕 Joni

    1. Thank you. 🙂 I work in a remote area, but I travel a lot and cover huge distances. My home is in a much more populated area, but it’s really beautiful, too – the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. I hope you find the right remote oasis for you. 🙂

  3. Isn’t there a song by Sawyer Brown – The Dirt Road? Well mine was paved but all over the map, and a few sections gravel. Interesting to think about, not many people photograph roads, maybe it’s just too cold in winter to get out of the truck?

  4. Okay, you killed me with that last photo, in a good way. I fully understand. And this is the first blog post I’ve read this morning, so it’s going to be a great day…. 😉

  5. I love taking pictures of roads and paths. Sort of like you mentioned, they are a metaphor for the journey of life. I’m always trying new shots for my blog header of Lori’s Lane. I haven’t gotten out much lately to get more. Been sort of secluding myself in grief, and now I have a yucky cold. Once I feel better, I’ll be going on another journey for more road pictures. Thank you for sharing yours. I especially loved the snow capped mountain.

    1. I hope you feel better soon!

      The snow capped mountain is part of the Rocky Mountain chain. Yes, I find pictures of roads to be intriguing. Where do they go? Who uses it? What are they like?

      Have a good weekend. I’ve been thinking about you a lot. ❤️

  6. I especially like roads that look like they go to something – like in photo #2. Occasionally I take photos of roads – but, as so much of my blogging is about kayaking, the “roads” are more likely to be rivers and streams! They are rarely straight – and neither is life, for most of us.

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