Really, Lou, that looks like a road in the Texas panhandle. Trees are sparse in that part of the world.
I love perspective shots. Been a bit busy over here, finally got a chance to comment and say "hi". I hope everything is going smoothly with Grannie's room.
You'll reach the end before you know it! Hang in there Lou!
At least the road is straight and flat. Hold true to your course, and you'll get there.
Beautiful photo, hon! And you're not alone. :)
I hope you're okay?
You know, my friend, that you are never truly alone.
For real, you aren't alone. Though it may feel like that when you can only hear your own footfalls as you walk down the road, you aren't ever really alone.The spirit that accompanies you will manifest and be there when you need it. Somehow and someway it will 'be' when you need it to be.
Patsy: That road is about 5 miles west of my house.Joyce-Anne: She's going back in the hospital for more tests. But she'll be where she is for a while yet.Calicobebop: Thank you, ma'am.PattiKen: I will - and thanks.Coal Miner's GD: I know - and thank you, my sweet friend.Jientje: I'm fine, Princess. Honest.Tara R: I know, my friend, I do. And I thank you for being there.Big Mark 243: Thanks, Bro. For reals.
That shot is lovely!And alone, yeah, that sounds familiar... :)
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