The Serpentine Path

A thick patch of fog envelopes the curvy path in the early morning hours.

Photo taken in Aurora, Illinois.

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57 thoughts on “The Serpentine Path

      • It’s finished – I will post it later today to give the one up now time to get seen. I have a question for you – do you have an image that would go with a storm/wind theme? I don’t have one, and I have a nice little poem waiting for an image. If you do and don’t mind it I use it, just let me know, will you please? Thank you!

      • Okay, thanks. I found one of my own that I doctored up that will do for now. I took a wander through your archives – you have some great stuff there. Do you carry a camera with you? I am starting to wonder if I shouldn’t do that – you never know when an opportunity might pop up, do you?

  1. It’s like walking through a dream within a dream, wrapped up inside my consciousness while trying to make sense of the reason for living. Great shot of the curvature in the road and the haunting trees above and alongside it, it’s like claws waiting for prey so better watch out while u walk through it. Great shot, very strong feelings it brings forth.

  2. Reblogged this on Infernal Deity of a Psychotic Mind and commented:
    It’s like walking through a dream within a dream, wrapped up inside my consciousness while trying to make sense of the reason for living. Great shot of the curvature in the road and the haunting trees above and alongside it, it’s like claws waiting for prey so better watch out while u walk through it. Great shot, very strong feelings it brings forth. Thanks to Brian Gaynor for posting this shot.

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