Vicki A Alford – Photographer
I would just have to follow that one!
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It was a path along a cliff top and i had no idea where i was going.
Nowhere is always special for someone 🙂
A fascinating world might be hiding behind that bend…
You just never know, Tanja. I always used to get a surprise if I walked just that little bit further.
Isn’t that true for all of us?! 🙂
It looks like a scene from a book…love it!
Thanks Connie. 🙂
No, it is not a path to nowhere, it is a path to the unknown future…
I know a similar place in France, have to go there one of these days… I am plenty of time these days…
a very beautiful photo!
I love Photography, above all black & white photo.
I have to admit the titles of my posts just pop out of my brain without any thought. I like your interpretation of my image. I’ll try and remember it in future.
Whenever I think of the France I’ve visited several times in the mid to late 1970s, I always think of Carcassonne . It was the first time I had eaten frogs legs and I vividly remember walking down narrow lanes by old stone buildings. Great place for photography.
Thank you 🙂
Heading into an adventured. The photo brings the imagination into work. Beautiful B&W, Vicki.
I’ve fiddled with the contrast on this shot on and off for (literally) years.
As an aside, have you ever noticed how different your images appear between your photo library and your blog? Don’t know whether its the smaller size on our blogs or what. This is one such image (above).
Sometimes it can be helped with changing the profile to sRGB, but generally there is no way you can control how an image will look like in a browser.
I’ve taken a note of your suggestion. I’ll see if that helps.
The image in this post looks very effective at drawing your eye into the frame on my Dell high resolution 27″ screen, but seems to lose something on my blog (which is why I’ve been fiddling with the contrast on/off).
I like the title. It makes me question ‘why’? Paths are always a great way to bring the viewer in and this image does that very well.
Thanks for your comment, Denise. I came up with the title as the path seemed to end and not go any further 🙂
a notion, Vicki!
with no particular
place to go,
each step 🙂
It’s a great way to unwind and release tension, David. I’m sure you enjoy your outdoor walks too 🙂
An intriguing photo – rather like ones of doorways. Where will it lead? (Did you follow it?)
The path looks like it ends in that clump of bushes, but it wandered around various trees along the cliff edge and eventually led to the carpark (high above the beach.
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