Saturday, October 10, 2009

this path, this light

sometimes i feel profoundly grateful for this technology.

12 comments:

Birdman said...

Soothing shot here. Nice coloration. It's fall in New England, for those from 'away'.

Rob said...

totally agree with you on this one!

Benikos place said...

I must look in google earth to see where exactly Vermont is..the nature looks very similar like Germany where I am staying now.Best weekend :))

Jacob said...

And I'm profoundly grateful also that you found this technology for you don't just use it, you create something new every day with it.

This is absolutely lovely...warm, inviting, healing!

And yes, I took the mask photos in the store...

Have a wonderful weekend!

Sunny said...

An intriguing Autumn path, can't help but wonder where it leads.
Sunny :)

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

This technology is remarkable and so much more than film because to use or enjoy it we also have the computers and the printers and things that irritate us when they won't work. I like the forest. I thought at first it was a stand of bamboo.

Sharon Creech said...

What a golden path you've found and led us down. . .!

ruma2008 said...

This scene is very beautiful.
It resembles Japanese Bamboo forest a little.
ruma

Cezar and Léia said...

Magnificent landscape!Glad to see you had a beautiful time walking around there!
Thanks for sharing!
Léia

Vogon Poet said...

To see my first photos I have to rush home, darken my room, develop the film, dry it and print a contact sheet to see something in B&W. Hours, even doing everything by myself.
Now you can see what you got within seconds and in perfect colors...
I'm more than grateful!
Excellent image, by the way...

Julie said...

As did Abe, I at first thought this to be a stand of Bamboo.

The thing about this technology, is that it helps me to see the world around me with new eyes.

It also helps me to become acquainted with new and interesting people ...

JM said...

How beautiful this path is and what a great photo! Awesome colours!