Thursday

Unclear Paths

“Along your pathway of life you will observe that you are not the only traveler. There are others who need your help. There are feet to steady, hands to grasp, minds to encourage, hearts to inspire, and souls to save.” 
Thomas S. Monson
 

A shot from Bisset Park.
I'm not sure if you can tell....but there is a walking path in
the background....with leaning trees.
Probably not the best composed shot...but I liked it.

17 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Wow, love the perspective of the path in the background. Neat. No, don't know much about plants except that's dried up berries, right? It's a very pretty picture, Kerri.
Rocky Mountain Retreat

Peter Parrott said...

Hello there Kerri
Old Wom Tigley is showing me how to do comment today.
I would like to say thank you for taking the time to visit my pictures and to leave nice comments. I was not sure about it at first but Tom talked me into it. He's making me type all this and laughing when my big daft fingers hit the wronge key.
Thank you Kerri

dot said...

As you probably know from viewing my blog, these browns and dried things are my favorites to photograph. I can see the path and trees. I love this picture!

Irene said...

OH, I love the composition! Very nice shot.

Bud Cline said...

It looks like poke berry to me - an appealing image!

Kate said...

It's a very creative photo, Kerri! Your nature photos are all very well done!!

Ex-Shammickite said...

Nice photo, I like the detail in the berries and dried leaves and the blurred background.
You obviously enjoy nature and the outdoors.
Keep smiling.

Old Wom Tigley said...

This is very nice, I do like how you have done it, at first I thought the path a stream..

Anyhow another poem for you that I have in my collection.

The Strange Tree

There’s a strange tree which lives near me,
And this strange tree could not agree,
That if this tree could ever see,
A stranger tree it sure would be.

There’s a strange tree which topples me,
For this strange tree was tall, you see,
And then this tree would use its knee,
To break in three, the clouds who flee.

There’s a strange tree which lives near me,
The northern tree, its branches free,
The southern tree, no limb to see,
For this strange tree, was strange, you see?

There’s a strange tree which I can see,
And this strange tree (against my plea)
Was sent to sea, its roots now free,
And now this tree… A ship is he.

End.

Daegal

Hope you like this one ;O)

Daniel J Santos said...

No idea but photo is very beutiful...
With Images

Yolanda said...

I like this post and photo. Thanks for sharing it.

imac said...

Nice piece of photography here Kerri.

happyone said...

I don't know what plant is but I can see the path. As you know I love paths. :-)
Great photo.

CG said...

The depth of field on this is perfect. A wonderful photo.

MedaM said...

I am not sure what kind of berry it could be but the photo is great. I can see the walking path although it is blurred but that is just what give the photo some mystic note.

Isadora said...

a happy Thursday to you! I think it is a wonderful shot, the focus is on the balanced line up of color, yet there is the path under it. Lovely.

Ms. Math said...

That is a very pretty, unique plant! I think you composed this shot nicely - I like the walking path and leaning trees in the background.

Jim Denham said...

Lovely image and great message to accompany! Very nice!

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