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Theme of the Week: Pathways

Posted by gor-gor (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 13, 09 at 22:32

Trails or pathways. :)

I have two, but it looks to be a promising subject.

Al Lopez Park, Tampa, FL:

Boardwalk

Gatorland Swamp Walk, Orlando, FL:

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Boardwalk-Grover Beach, CA going towards Pismo Beach.


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Wonderful! idea. Can't wait to see what everyone has on this topic.

Love the pics already up.


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Walkway. Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center

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Brick path Tryon Palace gardens, New Bern, NC

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Longwood Gardens Kennett Square PA
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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....
Enter Here . . .

Or stone...
Front of Terry's house


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Pathway to the beach.....Grover Beach, CA


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What a great idea.
The limestone path in my lath house.

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The path to Nirvana; IMHO.

getting started

Path through the snow.

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Path through the forest.

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The path less traveled.

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Ron


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Watkins Glen State Park, NY


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Wow..lovely!

These from Switzerland
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Konrad


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One more. :)

Goose Creek SP RC 012708


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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.


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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":

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perfect!


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Path to the Chattahoochee River- Atlanta, Ga.

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How did I forget about this one? A long uphill path to a very old, overgrown cemetery. (Photographed from the top looking down.)

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Ron, in reviewing this thread, and your rock pic, can you state "no one was injured in the taking of this picture"?!


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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. :)


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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.

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Sounds like fun Ron... at least for the survivors. ;)

Certainly some ruggedly beautiful country. Thanks for sharing it with us.


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A path into The Peruvian Amazon Rain Forest.

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