24 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Path

    • Hi Jo! I do, too. But I was always afraid riding down those one lane roads when I was a child. Sometimes you couldn’t see the other car coming from the opposite direction until it was right upon you. You learned to be careful drivers. Thanks for coming in and sharing your thoughts. :-)

    • Hi Jackie! I totally agree. As a child we would walk down roads like these looking at cows and horses in the fields. Honeysuckle vines would be growing on the fences giving off such a delightful scent. I miss those days! Sharing your thoughts brought back fond memories. Thank you for coming in. :-)

    • Yea, me too, supersnails. I never lived in the country but I spent summers there as a child. Still have fond memories of those days. Wouldn’t mind living there now in my old age. :-) Thanks for coming in and sharing your thoughts.

  1. oops, used my wrong link info. will try that again :)

    beautiful – i love a path that goes beyond where the image takes you. it speaks of wonder, because it makes me try imagine what could possibly be around the corner. And yet it speaks of hope, too, because the best is always yet to be!

    Thank you for sharing the gifts of hope & wonder.

    • Hi pix and kardz! Thank you for those inspiring words. Glad you enjoyed the photo enough to come in and share your thoughts. Much appreciated. And you’re so welcome. I’m happy for the challenge. btw, I hope you don’t mind me editing your two posts together. :-)

    • Hi ceceliafutch! I’m glad you enjoyed the photo. I love path shots like these for the same reason. Thanks for coming in and sharing your thoughts. And about the link, you’re welcome. :-)

  2. I remember the many beaten paths I traveled in the past. Each one with a beautiful memory. It shows the simplicity of life in the countryside which I admire. Thanks for the wonderful photo and for the trip down memory lane.

    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts, NeeNee. Glad you enjoyed the photo. I think the country is so nice and peaceful, too. I wouldn’t mind finding a place to retire there. Think it would be really neat. :-)

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