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the path

“Of all the paths a man could strike into, there is, at any given moment, a best path..A thing which, here and now, it were of all things wisest for him to do..To find this path, and walk in it, is the one thing needed for him.”
~ Thomas Carlyle

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reflections along the trail

“It’s one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but it’s another to think yours is the only path.”
~ Paulo Coelho

green light

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a bright spot

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a winter stroll

“One never reaches home, she said. But where paths that have an affinity for each other intersect, the whole world looks like home, for a time.”
~ Hermann Hesse

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23 Comments on “follow

  1. Hoping the path itself found! nice meeting with the cardinal bird!
    A beautiful series! Have a nice day

  2. What a glorious walk! I too love that photo with the frozen puddle and reflections and that beautiful lacy green lichen. Lovely captures to show the beauty of the season.

  3. This is so beautiful. It makes me pine for my northern home. I have to agree with Hesse because our paths intersected today and your blog felt like home to me. Thank you so much for your sensitive captures of a northern woods.

  4. Love the pics (as always) but your choice of quotes hits me right in the heart!

  5. You pretty nearly make me wish for a bit of snow. Beautiful atmospheric shots, Susan. A great walk to beat off a touch of cabin fever I suspect.

  6. Beautiful winter images. I can’t help it I’m loving all this snow. It’s so beautiful! And so far isn’t causing me any anxiety (roof leaks). Spring will be here sooner than you feel it will be. The light is changing, it’s coming. Love love the red leaves and frozen reflection image.

    • I do love the snow but get antsy for spring every year at this time. I grew up here so I’m used to long winters! But..with these warm temps today, I am a bit worried about roof leaks!

  7. All of your paths are beautiful. I especially love the meandering footprints. I’m used to avoiding the icy paths but you’ve shown there’s beauty there too.

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