Trails or pathways. :)
I have two, but it looks to be a promising subject.
Al Lopez Park, Tampa, FL:
Gatorland Swamp Walk, Orlando, FL:
Boardwalk-Grover Beach, CA going towards Pismo Beach.
Wonderful! idea. Can't wait to see what everyone has on this topic.
Love the pics already up.
Walkway. Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center
Brick path Tryon Palace gardens, New Bern, NC
Longwood Gardens Kennett Square PA
Yes, excellent idea! Here's two from my late cousin Terry's garden. I'm going up there to photograph it again next weekend.
Sometimes paths are made of grass....
Pathway to the beach.....Grover Beach, CA
What a great idea.
The limestone path in my lath house.
The path to Nirvana; IMHO.
Path through the snow.
Path through the forest.
The path less traveled.
Watkins Glen State Park, NY
These from Switzerland
One more. :)
I love the pictures and the theme!
La Purisima Mission, my favorite California mission. Since it is a California State Park, it is scheduled to be closed within the next few months. Another historic site hit by California's budget cuts. It makes me sad.
Well, you guys had finally stumped me on a having a pic to add to the theme of the week... until I remembered this one of a "path":
Path to the Chattahoochee River- Atlanta, Ga.
How did I forget about this one? A long uphill path to a very old, overgrown cemetery. (Photographed from the top looking down.)
Ron, in reviewing this thread, and your rock pic, can you state "no one was injured in the taking of this picture"?!
I'm loving all the photos! I especially like the wooded paths and the snow (of course).
A little off topic:
My 9 year old computer is showing it's age, so I got a new one yesterday! I got a laptop and now have to load all my photos. :) This one is much faster, quieter, smaller, and half the cost I paid on the first. I can now watch my videos and youtube. Also nice to be able to post photos faster and withought restarting the CP. :)
RC, So far no one has been injured on that stretch of trail. Actually, it shouldn't even be called a trail.It's just a route I've taken backpacking to get up into this high, remote valley. That picture was taken last year when we camped down below and went up it for a day hike. This year we took our packs (35 to 40 lbs.) up it and camped for 2 days above this area.
Sounds like fun Ron... at least for the survivors. ;)
Certainly some ruggedly beautiful country. Thanks for sharing it with us.
A path into The Peruvian Amazon Rain Forest.