Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roads — please click the link to find out more about this challenge.
Helen, between you and Maggie, I’m back trying with my camera. This post is beautiful. I can even see the sides and details of the rocks.
Blown up, it’s even better.
Thanks, Pam. You are too kind. After I posted this, I wonder if the water color is too light… I don’t know. Oh well, I will think about it. YES, please use your camera! It will be fun to look at each other’s photo! Helen
Such a beautiful photo, Helen! Yes, Blown up is even better, Wow!
Thanks, Amy. Maybe I will with both you and Pam’s encouragement . The lady in the photo is my high school classmate, and the bag she was carrying was my camera bag. I can give the photo to her when I go back in Oct. Thanks again!
Beautiful composition of the winding road, tress, stones, and your friend walking down the road… just beautiful.
Thanks, Amy. Cropping is probably my favorite tool! 😉
Very pretty Helen!
Thanks, Roberta! I always forgot to say where it is. It’s Ming-Chin, Taiwan. Hope you will visit there one day 😉 Helen
Helen such beautiful scenery, I can see why you took this photo. Thanks for playing.
Good morning, Cee. Thank you, as always! 😉 Helen
Ah, one of my best feelings come when I’m on trails like that, even when it rains . . . It’s just lovely! 🙂
Thank you! I totally understand what you said. Walking alone or walking with good friends…either way, I would enjoy it a lot. I wish I would do more. Helen .
Me, too! I absolutely love hiking . . . 🙂 We have this trail that a few towns from where I live. It will see me again one of these days!
Happy hiking, my friend. 😉
Oh, always! 😉
This is a great shot…the contrast of the jacket to the surrounding scenery (and the framing of the jacket), very cool to see the walk/path laying ahead. Off for some hiking this weekend, so this is good inspiration 🙂
Thanks, Dalo. You are way too kind, but I take the encouragement anyway 😉 Have a good time hiking. It’s the season! Helen
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Another obscure, best shot, Helen. Perfect positioning to a perfect setting. By the way have you considered a photography blog theme? Just a consideration, I don’t mean anything. I just think you are already there. 😉
Thanks, Rommel. To be honest, I have some serious thinking to do. I am trying to decide if I am a photographer or not (if so, what kind?) I enjoy looking at wonderful photos (landscape, macro… etc.), but I seem wanting something different from my photo. I am a little confused at the moment, you may say. I guess I have to try a couple of things so I know. Thank you so much, my blog friend. Your visit and comment means a lot to me. Helen
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