I know most people have posted roads taken, wonders found in roadside beauty, and seriously, if it weren’t so cold lately, I probably would have been out there with them! There are so many amazing wonders to behold outdoors and I just can’t wait until spring comes so I can go exploring.
These past few years made it harder to go hiking (we used to go every single weekend) but we had little ones in tow. One was carried in a backpack, but became too heavy and would cry every few steps to be carried. So yeah, parenthood can put a dent in your plans. Fortunately, our youngest has grown quite a bit and he is looking forward to the adventures now as much as we are. So hopefully I will be able to share photos with you of this beautiful place we call home.
With that in mind – I share with you pictures from The Road Taken. This was the photography prompt on The Daily Post. We were asked to share something that surprised us or delighted us on the road taken. For me, I think of every opportunity that raises its head to be a road taken, a choice to be made. I kind of like to think of it in terms of…
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference” – Robert Frost
I do tend to often think more poetically about things, I guess. It makes me wonder how I ever got through school. A road, you say?
So anyway, yesterday, in between lessons in Computer Science and Algebra with different kids, I got the chance to pull out my ever-handy microscope. I was curious to see what would happen if you looked at bubbles up close. I added a little soap and water, and found these amazing photo opportunities. Oh yes, I think I will be doing this one again!
I now share with you the road I chose to take, and I do hope you enjoy the beautiful view!
Submitted for The Daily Post Photography Prompt: The Road Taken
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