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Sunday, February 01, 2009

Paths & Passages Theme: Wood End Lane


The CDPB theme for February 1st 2009 is Paths & Passages.

Here is Wood End Lane.

I'll show you where it leads tomorrow.

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31 comments:

Babooshka said...

I Had a similar theme. I would love to know where it leads.

Jazzy said...

i wander where it leads?!
happy cdp theme day.

Cezar and Léia said...

In fact "where"won`t matter if you are like me so amazed with this picture of so quiet and lush woods!

Sally said...

"The long and winding road..." (well, not quite! )

lavenderlady said...

It looks like a lovely place to walk.

USelaine said...

Over the river and through the woods... to grandmother's house we go?

angela said...

It's always tempting to see what's round the next bend..

Ham said...

That says "Let's walk" to me....

Jilly said...

This is just lovely - I love that it winds and look forward to knowing where it leads.

Priyanka Khot said...

I loved the green tree trunks. the path seems like a quite one.

Keropok Man said...

Happy Theme Day Gerald.


People should be careful not to walk into the pothole!

** wonders where it leads to **

Rose said...

Oh you got me... now I want to know where it leads...
I bet t is somewhere beautiful. You are not the type of person who would lead us to 'the garden path'! lol
See you tomorrow I guess.

Ruby said...

Wherever it goes, I hope you don't meet the big bad wolf along the way :-D

nobu said...

I'd like to walk there.

By the way, you hit quiz I post yesterday.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like this old pathway. It has probably got a lot of history behind in and is a busy highway at night.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

great photos for theme day and yes, i will enjoy seeing where it leads, a magical lake, a field, or something more? thanks

Tanya said...

...a beautiful pathway :)

Marie-Noyale said...

I like the name of that path..
Little red riding hood is walking by...

Gwyn said...

Greetings from Alaska!
I look forward to seeing where this path leads.

Last night after I posted my photo for theme day, I realized that a passage from the book of poems that you sent me would have been lovely too. Have a good evening!

RuneE said...

It seems to be a path worth taking - I have feeling I "know" where it might end... ;-)

Jim said...

Looks like a nice place for a walk, I am interested in seeing where it leads.

Denton said...

Good idea to have a follow-up photo showing where the pathway leads.

Hope said...

A nice quiet walkway...I'm curious also to see where it leads.

imac said...

Did you walk or drive down here Gerald?

lv2scpbk said...

Looks interesting. Looks like it leads to a barn or maybe a house in the woods. Will have to come back tomorrow to find out.

Old Wom Tigley said...

As I know whats coing tomorrow... or at least think i do.... I'll certaily call back tomorrow :O)

Did I once drop you off near here once....?

Paul Godin said...

Can't wait to see where it leads to.

marley said...

Nice one, I'll be back tomorrow!

Mo said...

A lovely country lane. Tomorrow it will be covered in snow for certain.

slim said...

Any bread crumbs? I'll be back.

Felicia said...

Nice path. I'm impressed that there is still green on the trees in winter. That ivy is a hardy plant!

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