The question is not what you look at, but what you see.
Henry David Thoreau
That is a lovely thing to do. Beautiful larch photo Sandy.
Thanks, Tammie. I sure miss walking out my backdoor right into the woods.
Ohhh..I love this and the photo - goes well together. i can relate to stepping off the trail - I do it all the time.
I moved moved to town a few years ago, Sandy. It is nice, but not the same.
well hope u can still find some trails, although walking through towns are great to - there is always something to photograph.
Lovely haiga and such meaningful words! Happy Weekend ahead,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Wow, I can't believe I am so far behind on my blog! I will be by to see what you have been up to shortly.
This is so lovely and peaceful, what a treat Sandy!!!My new blog address should now be up and running:www.myreallifereviews.xyzHave a super day! G
Thanks for giving me your new address, I will change out my following info.This is an old one, but it still true for me.
Oh, I love this, Sandy, both the image and haiku. Haven't you thought about creating a little book with your haiku poems and accompanying photos?
Yes, and I may do it sometime. This photo is way too small though. I used to store my blog photos on Flickr, and lots of them are not printable.
it's always nice to find the less trodden paths
It sure is, Juliet. It seems lots of people feel the same way I do.