Thanks Paul. I am on a strong anti-inflam and Diazepam (Valium innit?) which is supposed to relax my spasming muscles, but is really only making my brain a bit "floaty".
The bad bit is I am on a 2 week note and can't drink or ride my bike! Boohoo!
What a fantastic trail so closely lined with such pretty trees. Your composition is grand. My eyes are drawn right into the scene, and I want to know what's just around the turn.
The colors are also most pleasing. The varied tones of green are quite lovely.
This is a very beautiful capture, Keith!
I'm ready to come for a walk on this splendid riverside trail!
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead,
This is a great pic!! I love the composition and the way the scene leads us ahead the trail...charming place!!!
I see you are ill, so I hope you get better and you can soon ride your bike again ;)
Best wishes, Crystal.
MaryAlice - This walk was very pleasant and full of photo opportunities and when I got to this point it reminded me of your Mother's Favourite Walk, so I definitely had to shoot it.
Crystal - it is so good to hear from you again and I thank you for your kind words. I look forward to seeing your next set of photos.
I am quite honored that you remembered that particular shot of Mother's Favorite trail. I, too, thought of it when I saw this shot of yours.
Our eyes see the same things. Such quiet beauty in nature.
We are very lucky indeed.
Thank you again for sharing this one. It is fantastic.
i really love the high contrast and the colors in this photo a lot. it is very appealing to me..
Thanks for calling in and leaving your kind comment Rafael. This is an example of what happens when you park up the car/bike and go for a walk. Hidden gems are there to be found.
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