Have you ever stopped to look at a view from all directions – tried to memorize it and then photographed it? I think it makes me more firmly rooted. In the header – North.
When I walked out in the middle of the road here, I felt I had at least three thoughts, besides how beautiful the oaks were: I hope there are no cars coming… I wonder when this road lost its gravel? I wonder how many farms were connected by it from the start? – Now I wonder what your thoughts might be? I love country roads – they hold a special place in my heart, so, how about you?
How I love the naked winter trees against the blue sky.
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This is beautiful. I was thinking of this just recently, what a cool series this could make, four photos taken from the same spot. In fact I did a similar thing in Rome earlier this year. Three sides were gorgeous and to the south was trash.
Well, not often a spot is in the middle of a photogenic area…Glad you liked it though. Rome was a good test! I think I will try more of this😉
What a great fun post A-C 🙂
That was fun. I’m glad there were no cars coming. 🙂 I often do this when I’m in the mountains, especially when I can see quite a ways in many directions.
I read Wallander but they’re rather depressing and the last book, the end of the series, made me furious! He ended it on a completely depressing, miserable note. 😦
The mountains are perfect for this, yes! Sorry about the last Wallander…but it is rather typical for Swedish authors.
That’s for sure. Must be the lack of light that makes so many of them write such depressing works!
This is amazing. It looks very much like the Sierra foothills in Northern California.
It does? I would never have imagined California like this. Interesting. Thank you for your thoughts!
Well you certainly did a good deal of thinking…. Now have you made up your mind….. Are you heading north, east, south or west 🤔🌍😀
Hahaha – great! Well, I am heading back to where I came from – South. Nice to hear what you were thinking about my whimsicalness!
I can see Wallander wandering around here. Those oaks are so majestic.
Great thinking! Why not? I don’t read Wallander, but I know where he lives…
Hehe!!! I never got to Ystad in my travels. I woukd have loved to see those streets I watched on tele on the other side of the world!!
😀 Maybe next time!