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I love this. It’s similar to another one where I felt drawn along the path and around the corner.
Yay! Thanks very much, John. When I’m a passenger in someone’s car, it’s fun to take images through the windscreen at times…
Very inviting, It looks warm too, which is more than can be said here. We came home and were forced to zap the heating on straight away. Catch up soon??
It was a reasonable day, and the sun came out now and again. But it’s quite cool here at the moment. Yes, let’s catch up soon – tomorrow?
Yup. I’ll drop you an email.
What great light DSue.
Definitely an inviting road.
It was good
Oh I want to be there will you 😀
Love the light and shade here Sue.
Thank you, Jude!
I call these a ‘leafy glade’. Very nice, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
Lost in the woods? Lovely depth of colour, Sue.
It was a most interesting country road, Jo!
Another invitation into mystery.You really have a way of capturing these spots.
Thank you, Elizabeth! I love lightand shadow
Love to walk through there. beautiful light and shadaw!
Thank you, Amy!