View allAll Photos Tagged walk
In life there are often times where you feel uncertain... that things that were once within your grasp are no longer under your control. But in life, we don't always have tracks to walk along. Sometimes we need to carve our own route. It might not be predictable and the path might not always be obvious, but sometimes the less blatant path is the most rewarding.
Been kind of absent lately but have been trying to catch up tonight. Hope you are all having a great start to the week! I watched the Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks playoff game in London live on TV the other night!! It was so good to catch a live game again... we were at the Canadian pub called the Maple Leaf and wow... sooo many Canadians and Canuck fans there! It was so loud and I completely lost my voice that night haha :D Go Canucks go!
Walking in the magical colours of a park along the River Dodder in south Dublin.
Flooded jetty, Loch Lomond, Scotland
Copyright © All rights reserved 2014 Grant Hugh Jones
Went for a nice walk along the Lomond banks today with my better half that was more about the walk than my wee obsession. I could not resist a quick photograph of this flooded jetty. This is not what I had in mind when I took the photograph - a bit different to my usual. I welcome your comment. Thanks for viewing.
...a green bug - walking on a daisy in my garden ....
better in large:
sorry - copyright mark is necessary
Walking along the shore of Two Medicine Lake after last autumn's first snow. No one else nearby. Was so primordial, peaceful and rejuvenating.
With those brewing storm clouds above it wasn't long till the winds picked up and the lake was covered in whitecaps.
CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length25 mm
How much i wish my cat Ling Ling could walk with me like this~ :-P
continuing with the theme of winter in spite of the 65 degree mild temperatures around here...
Rocky Mountain Sheep enjoying an early morning nibble at the "Wild Grass Cafe". I couldn't find the entrance to the walk-through cafe so I can't say for sure what was on the menu.
Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
Have a Blessed Sunday Friends Thanks for Stopping Bye :)
Cornfield near Davis.
Thank you, my flickr friends, for your kind words and concern this week.
Lightbox, if you have the time. If anyone is interested, I can send the screen shot of my layers panel.
Textures: Lenabem, JDrossin, DJewel, and two of mine
Walking down a wooded trail this time of year is relaxing and exciting at the same time. And the colors are such an added bonus...
We are all leaves on a tree.
None are alike. But all are important
for the whole.....
I wish you, despite the intense heat here a good start into the new week
U2 - Walk On (Tribute To Heroes)
Have I become that invisible to you...
Nothing but a wandering soul...
Hoping for you to return...to me...?
Shot by: Thomas >> thomas-darktrack.deviantart.com/art/We-walked-away-1195138
Edited by: me
Here is Sparky walking along the dock yesterday as we were shooting sunset.
I love this place, I may just have a new happy place!
Crazy busy right now, running everywhere...ballet...choir concert...etc...etc will catch up with y'all later tonight!
All images are copyrighted and cannot be used in any form without express permission of dreamscapepictures.....Arrrggg Or I'll make you walk the plank matey!
It was kind of spooky out on the Ocean City, Maryland Boardwalk in the pre-dawn hours ... kind of expect to see the Walking Dead on this lonely promenade.
If I get a chance to shoot this scene again, it will be at f/16 or higher to get some nice light stars.
From Zion National Park a few weeks ago. I can only imagine what the first explorers of this canyon felt when they walked through the deep shadows of this majestic and awe-inspiring place. Thanks for looking.
Walking on hills during dusk, the sunlight is thrown onto us almost horizontally.
Carl Zeiss Jena 200mm f2.8 (analogue lens, manual focus, 1.2 kg beast)
Another from the Sunflower Season. As always, thanks for your visit and your faves and comments. They are very much appreciated.
Last time I walked here was just a couple of weeks ago when I had to roll up my pants and walk through water up to my knees. Today I walked just to the right of this photo and didn't even get the bottoms of my boots wet.
Walking round my local village Trawden in Lancashire/Yorkshire border.
Walking tall in Frisland with this amazing outfit from Sabotage, available now at Tres Chic.