Sunday, January 8, 2012

how i spent my new year weekend - 6

i took a path i thought would lead to the road.
instead i found myself in the middle of an unfamiliar cornfield.
i was lost with not even kernels of corn to lead me home.
and the light was beginning to fade.

16 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Every kernel is a learning!
Wonderful and creative post, thanks for sharing your ideas, it's all about inspiration! :)
Léia

Carraol said...

Beautiful path! Forms, colors and words! Thanks for be a Heart of Gold and for your Angel Eyes!

Birdman said...

Wow!... and you weren't even in one of those corn mazes? Hansel and Gretel would have been proud.

magiceye said...

and the mystery deepens!

Virginia said...

Somebody's been eating my por...... CORN!!! ;) Congrats on your new camera although I don't see how your photographs could possibly get any better? I love the series. fOg is my friend too. :)
V

Kate said...

Tell me, are you keeping company with the little people of the field? Great colors.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh my God! Hope your find your way home and didn't come across any big bad wolf!

Bob Crowe said...

Oh oh. Time for a GPS gizmo. It might solve your immediate problem but make the beauty of the moment vanish.

Sharon Creech said...

. . .and then? . . .and then? The plot thickens . . .

Sharon said...

I looks like some pesky squirrel got to the corn before you could use it.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Well, I know from today's photo and the fact that you are posting that this detour through the cornfield has a happy ending.

I know what Julie would do if she got lost. She would call me on her cell phone and ask directions. She does that a lot. It's a blond thing.

Malyss said...

I hope you were far away from Sleepy Hollow..

Lowell said...

Did the corn taste all right? Looks like you couldn't finish that ear, though.

I'm sure that you used your super sensitive powers of magical cohesion to deduce the transepts of latitude and longitude and thereby devise a trail to your dwelling place.

But the real question remains: What the heck were you doing out there anyway?

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

I hope you found your way home without getting too cold. your images are great from this mystery cornfield. the fog makes for interesting images.

Julie said...

Lovely colours here, BC. Are you still on manual/ With your posts, it is not the quality of the image, but its content and the text you surround it with. But you know that ...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well I'm a little behind with my blog checking, but I can see from the fact that there is an absolutely stunning image after this one, that not only did you make it home, but that you were totally inspired!!