Photography Do Not Go Where The Path May Lead Posted on April 9, 2020April 5, 2020 by Thomas Slatin April 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostParanoid Android Next PostThomas Slatin Quote 28 thoughts on “Do Not Go Where The Path May Lead”Well, sometimes taking anotes already existing path may lead you to a good end. However, sometimes, it is best you create your own path.Loading...ReplyI like the title here it seem educative, definitely not all path lesds to sonewsome good.Loading...ReplyDo not go where the sun doesn’t get to; I think there is a quote like that. Lovely picture, beautiful and the effect is muaLoading...ReplyThe path looks so lonely. It must be quite scary at night.Loading...ReplyThe trees on either side of the road are so huge and imposing. Honestly I think it looks magnificent.Loading...ReplyI’d never dare to walk here alone. I am much too scared haha.Loading...ReplyI wonder where the meandering path leads to. It looks strangely eerie.Loading...ReplyThe color blend in this shgot is simply beautiful. It’s so easy on the eye 😉Loading...ReplyThis would make a good premise for a scene in a horror movie. The eerie nature of the place is perfect for a horror movie.Loading...ReplyI will just keep following the lovely sky to anywhere it task me to…hopefully not to death. This piece is a masterpieceLoading...ReplyMysterious road, It make me think whats behind the treesLoading...ReplyThe trees have lined either side of the road beautifully. It looks like a pathway to heaven!Loading...ReplyThe portrait mode worked incredibly well for this shot. You managed to capture the entirety of the scene!Loading...ReplyIt doesn’t look like the path is used a lot. I am sure it leads to a lonely place.Loading...ReplyIndeed I would never go where this path leads. It does not seem to be a very safe place.Loading...ReplyFor some reason this photo reminds me of the book ‘The Road Less Taken.’ Also great work on the wonderful photo!Loading...ReplyThis shot looks like its a road from the Twilight Movie. it looks breezy here. where is this?Loading...ReplyThe road seem narrow and so out of place. one will need to be careful about moving in there. beautifful photoLoading...Replyit depends on what is waiting beyond the path. If it is something good then go but if not then do not. Then again, their are paths which the outcome is unknown. To me it means go. For one giving up before something starts is not my thing.Loading...ReplyIt looks like the path has been used for along time until it’s so clear. I’m just curious where it leads me to.Loading...ReplyThis time of stay safe should be harkened to seriously. Thanks for this notice.Loading...ReplyBetter stay safe and head where you can see ahead. Thanks for this, Tom!Loading...ReplyI would definitely not go to the path may lead. Looks very scary. Looks like someone will show up with a gun and will shoot me and bring me somewhere. Thanks for this Tom!Loading...ReplyA very narrow path yet so beautiful. This is so mesmerizing.Loading...ReplyIt feels nice that there are still place like this exists out there on earth. This place looks rustic but beautiful.Loading...ReplyI remember the movie wrong turn. The path may lead to the cannibals house .Loading...ReplyI am always the type of person who likes taking the safest road to get somewhere. But I also know how a leap of faith is also something I should attempt every once in a while, in order to better myself. Sometimes, it’s those paths that seem uncertain that surprisingly helps a lot in enriching one’s life experiences and give them the courage to face any trouble that they might encounter in the future.Loading...ReplyThe greenery, blue sky and definition in this shot are outstanding. It almost looks like a painting because the brightness and colour are so beautifully orchestrated.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.