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 πŸ’• Joni

    1. Thank you. πŸ™‚ 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. πŸ™‚

  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?

    1. Yes – I looked up the lyrics. Mine has mostly been paved, too. I’ve been fortunate in lots of ways.

      I take lots of photos from inside the truck. But I do stop as well. πŸ˜‰

  4. I love pathway photos (roads included). It is like they are trying to tell you a story that you can’t help but listen to.

    1. Thank you. πŸ™‚ I find them so interesting. I think of all the people who have travelled them and the places they were going. I agree, it’s a story I can’t help but listen to.

  5. 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…. πŸ˜‰

  6. 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. ❀️

  7. 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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