32. Theme 69 ~Crossroads~

“Two lonely crossroads that themselves cross each other I have walked several times this winter without meeting or overtaking so much as a single person….” Robert Frost

Crossroads

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Published in: on February 1, 2009 at 7:00 AM  Comments (14)  
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  1. Great image. I got suckered following right into that image. I just could not help myself. The low angle, merging tracks , the snow, B/W , I’m learning a lot from all the bloggers.

  2. Great angle on the shot – it really draws your eye in.

  3. Double ditto! BEautiful shot and perfect for the theme.

  4. Gosh, when you come late there’s not much new to say but a ditto to all of the above again.

  5. I love the angle on this shot. You picked a perfect quote to go with it.

  6. great photo. love the tracks lend your eyes deep into the photo

  7. Fabulous photograph. The tracks draw right into it. Love the B&W.

  8. It’s like a Country and Western Song I can almost hear the freight cars rumbling by.

  9. that little bit of snow made it that much more fabulous…as did the perfectly-chosen Robert Frost quote (he’s a fav of mine!) Great shot Madelaine!

  10. what a great pic for the theme! awesome angle

  11. Oh, well done, Madelaine! Love the way the black & white brings out so much interesting detail…

  12. I’m with Sheila, -love the angles and lines! Kinda cool looking in the snow too!

  13. Great capture — I love the angles! Perfect for the Theme….

  14. What a striking shot!


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