• joynb

    If I were to find myself in the same area depicted in the picture, I surely would ask myself the same question. On a more positive note, however, this will be a great opportunity to reflect. The scene is peaceful and calm, perfect for “finding” ourselves.

  • miakayuuki2012

    Well lost in thought perhaps but not loose my mind he he, That is not good. Back to this sure I an see the whole terrain as a mindscape where thoughts wander. We all have this in one point or the other.

  • David Tjoe

    This picture has perfectly conveyed the title. Amazing! When I look at this picture as though I’m looking at myself deeper and deeper!

  • Segun OGUNYEMI

    If I find myself in a situation such as this, I will keep moving forward and not think otherwise. Some questions both negative and positive will be running through the mind; not to mention the view of aminals.

  • iamdahmmy

    I have a thing for snow.. It’s amazing how its flurried across the street..this picture brings Christmas memories.. Lovely

  • Wilson Jake

    Wow, this is breathtaking. There is a thing with this image, it shows professionalism and makes photography interesting. I just make it my screen image, hope u dont mind?

  • Oyeyipo Oladele

    Times without number have I fall victim of this sceneros. What a good and clean picture. Thanks for this post.

  • Prince

    Looks like walking down to the alter. Lovely concept and I love how the trees makes a canopy over the path. Lovely Thomas

  • esgyll

    This is something a lot of people who are either lonely, or probably just enjoy the total quiet of their mind that they are lost to everything else go through. Lots of thoughts and maybe not even one thought at all could happen either way, or both at the same time. People who do and have an inner turmoil about it should find some time to relax and sort through these thoughts and in the process finally find themselves.

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