Come with me along a winding trail that meanders through trees, alongside hills and next to ancient resting places. A place where people have loved, lived and died. Listen closely as their voices are thrown to the wind, preserved by the trees in their trunks, released only occasionally for those chosen to follow the path. Share the experience of the sun warming your face just like it did for the explorers from the east. Remember what was before, live what is now and imagine what will be as you wander along.
Don’t you ever sleep?
Yes I do. 🙂 I love to sleep. 🙂
Love the way the colours are there and not there Seth. Like in a dream …
Thanks. 🙂 Glad you like that.
Much enjoyed, Seth.
I could see myself meditating here. Oui…
Barb-it’s a peaceful place. It was very windy and the trees sounded like they were screaming as they creaked back and forth.
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Beautiful snaps, Seth! 🙂
Do ever meet many people on these trails? And are people allowed to take their dogs into these areas?
Gorgeous photos ~ they make me think of all sorts of poems about woods.
Here’s a haiku you’ve inspired!
tread your woodland trail
while you can see winter’s sky
calling out for srping
very atmospheric. Sometimes I wish we could have filters on our eyes so we could see this stuff!
Filters on our eyes—great idea.
Very well done.
Excellent written introduction to these pictures. It feels like it would be the opening to a book.
Thanks so much. 🙂
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Amazing photography, which I think everyone should take a look at for a daily pick-me-up.
Thx for the reblog.. 🙂
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Great pic. I particularly like the one labeled “Beautiful Skies.”
Thanks so much Bernie.
It looks sort of desolate but mystical and intriguing at the same time. Beautiful.
It’s very beautiful. 🙂
Ohh i love “Follow Me” . The stairs just blend right in with the woods and it looks so natural.
I love all the stark winterscapes. I can’t wait to see what you bring us in the spring and summer!
Thanks. 🙂 It’s not too far away.
I really want to walk here. 🙂
You should, it’s beautiful.
Beautiful words, Seth!
Thx so much. 🙂
love the photos, and especially the words
beautiful, oh how is miss the peace found in nature’s quiet places. Your photo remind me of the peace I miss
Thanks so much. Glad I can bring you memories of peace.
I really like the 2nd photo. It looks like the trees are stretching their “arms” up and outward. I think the curve of the rock in the foreground and the slight curve of the ground give me that impression. Good composition 🙂
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Theres are beautiful, I love the black-and-white but not entirely black-and-white look. I feel like I’ve been here, because the photos make me feel like I’m actually there 🙂
Thanks so much. 🙂 Glad I could bring you here.
These photos have me pining for a long walk! Just perfect!
Great. Long walks are wonderful.
Wow, absolutely brilliant!! Love the wooden steps in the middle of trees 🙂
Thanks Judy. 🙂
Love ’em all, but love “Curvy” most.
Thanks so much nccmrm97
Welcome. Have you always been so imaginative?
Not sure. 🙂 My mom said I was always into things so maybe. 🙂
You have some (some? Gosh, tons!) of amazing photos. Lyrical, poetic, sensitive, just plain gorgeous photos. I take pics for my blog but I am way out of your league. Thank you for dropping in on me so that I could meet you!
Thanks so much. That is very kind of you to say. 🙂
they are all amazing photos Seth…I particularly like the ones like “follow me”, “rustic”, “who needs a gym”…the effect used is beautiful!
Thanks so much Heather.