i love the double fork, that tree looks as though it should go up and up forever
I love the shadows, too.
I love the way the middle section is darker in color, calling attention to the first fork. Your photographs always are so beautiful. I've been meaning to tell you that Peter repainted and redecorated his bedroom last weekend, and he gave a place of prominence to a "reflection" photograph of yours that I gave him for Christmas.
Sweet, Adrianne.Well shut my mouth (literally). I wrote one of my usual posts, about forks in the road, the path less taken and about trees as metaphors for the family of living beings, the connection between heaven/earth, about how trees are so like human beings in so many ways (compared roots to human stubbornness).It was SOOOOOO clever. Apparently, I inadvertently deleted the text when I pushed the "publish" button.Yadda yadda yadda. A picture is worth a thousand of my platitudes, apparently!
Well, the good ol' black box finally sent me to you! Of course it did! And yes, I will install the wicked widget on my blog, but I need some technical assistance (you know what a Luddite I am!).
I'm here via the black box!I really like your blog.
Nice shot. I miss it there.
How strange that I should end up blackboxing here! ;-)
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