Photography Rough Road Ahead Posted on March 12, 2020March 14, 2020 by Thomas Slatin July 2011Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostOne Eye To The Future Next PostWreck Of The Day 29 thoughts on “Rough Road Ahead”wow, that’s not a very motivating advertise especially for somebody driving in the darkness.Loading...ReplyThis area is very cool. It’s very spacious.Loading...ReplyThis is very understated, even dangerous. In this pitch black route it can really be accident prone, Rough road yes and maybe more with no lights and all. I hope they put lights in this.Loading...ReplyThe way the message is captured is very effective. The fact that it’s a dark background leaves you wondering how rough the road really is.Loading...ReplyWith such a clear warning on the wall, no one would dare speed. It’s very clear to miss it or not see it.Loading...ReplyTo be warned is to be forewarned. The moment you see such warning you start to prepare for a rough ride.Loading...ReplyWhat the f**k. How on earth will I see the rough road? This is just to say “drive and die”… Soo weirdLoading...ReplyAwesome sign with some symbolic value. I’d like the next sign to say “smooth road ahead,” just for some peace of mind.Loading...ReplyThis sign board will even cause fear into the drivers mind when he looks at the road and nothing rough is feasible. You got me laughing out loud Thomas. Lovely share guyLoading...ReplyRough and tough road a heads indicates the next facet of life. Thanks for this good post.Loading...ReplyIt must be dangerous driving here at night. I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.Loading...ReplyIt’s too dark to see the rough road. Looks quite dangerous.Loading...ReplyA very cryptic photo. I like the sense of mystery.Loading...ReplyFor a night shot this photo is very clear. This is great talent.Loading...ReplyI wish the area was better lit so I could see the rough road. I can only imagine it.Loading...ReplyThe scene looks so dark. I wonder how you were able to see anything.Loading...ReplyI can see some headlights in the distance. It must be a treacherous road.Loading...ReplyThese are very cool LED lights. The message can help a lot especially at night.Loading...ReplyYour camera has to be really good to capture even in such low light conditions. Very admirable indeed 🙂Loading...ReplyThe road has to be really rough to warrant such a huge sign. It’s a pity it’s night time and we can’t see the actual road.Loading...ReplyI love the passion you have for your hobby. Be it day or night you still snap away.Loading...ReplyWhat! I don’t think anyone can see anything in this darkness, except you have your car headlamps fully on. Oh yeah it really is a rough road ahead and one has to be very careful while driving into such darkness.Loading...ReplyApart from the photo I just like the title of this shot. Rough road ahead, this simply means take life a bit as it comes.Loading...ReplyThis sign are for drunkards who still drive very fast. It’s rough when life ends so be careful all the time drivers.Loading...ReplyA nice warning. I remember a good quote that says, “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness”.Loading...ReplyGood thing that sign has a nice glow. We can see it even in the dark.Loading...ReplySomehow this reminds me of the current situation. Rough road. Still trying to stay positive though.Loading...ReplyThat sign is great. We can never be lost or put into danger.Loading...ReplyLife is a series of rough roads we need to take. If we are wise enough, we will know these signs spread out in our everyday lives and take extra precaution. But it is almost always either ignored or missed because of our own stubbornness. Hopefully we all learn from these mistakes and have smoother roads ahead of us after those rough ones.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.