New Road

I found a new road today. It was small but beautiful.  It had many twists and turns, like an excellent mystery.  Not knowing what was around the bend made for an exciting drive.  The foggy wetness of the morning enhanced the secretiveness of my new found drive.  They crystal ball raindrops  seemed to foretell of adventures to come and new trails to find.  The hay, bored in the fields and looking for something to do,  egged me on saying: “If only we could drive. Go, Go and discover.”

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Ohio country

167 responses to “New Road

  1. Love your attitude I would of been creeped out , thinking i entered one of those horror movies where my car breaks down in the middle of this unknown road and no cell reception and I’m running from a murderer. lol.

      • i think you should….you will find many interesting spots to get really nice photos….Greece is waiting for you my friend!!! if you ever decide it just let me know….i have some recommended places for you 😉

  2. Thanks for liking my blog earlier today. I was browsing through your photos and got fenced in by these pictures of your roads (vice YOUR pictures of THESE roads.) The pictures have a dewy presence as though the roads were born this morning. I like how you show that a drop of water can connect heaven and earth. It is funny how a simple picture of a country road on a damp morning can demand you to see all the barriers within yourself that you have built against truth. A road is always something that needed to get done; truth is never so lucky.

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post! Much appreciated. Also, your photographs are stunning. Thank you for sharing them, and keep up the great work.

  4. Nice stuff again. The two photographs at the top in particular remind me heavily of the setting for Twin Peaks.

  5. Oh My Goodness! Winding roads are my absolute favorite photographs. I personally feel like they are just a perfect parallel to life as a whole! That first photo is my absolute favorite.

  6. Ahhh… :::this::: is what cycling and motorcycling revels in. When I’m not training, the road is very much a kind of lover; you are attracted, and you know only enough to keep the attraction going…

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  8. Just wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU for all your ‘Likes’ on my blog. I love your work. I love the feel that comes thru.
    May you have nothing but the Best in the New Year!

  9. I’m definitely using your pictures to inspire some short stories. I like the quietness and possibility of all of these photos.

  10. Creepy indeed, but all of us know we’d have to go for it, right? Road trips are the best – right up there w/ cemetaries (just kidding; no I’m not). Thank again, Seth, for another nod on my post, “Afternoon sun hits a wall”. Will visit again soon!

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