Which Way Challenge

This is a fun blog challenge a little out of the scope of green to 100’s usual fare.

I was inspired by a great blog I’ve been following (Little Pieces of Me) who did a which way post. The object of Cee’s Which Way Challenge is to capture “the roads, walks, trails, rails, we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride them, as long as the way is visible.  Keeping an eye out for different Which Ways, I find it gives me a new way of looking at how we move around and what wonderful ways we have found ways to travel as well as beautify our world.”

I find myself often seeing paths, trails, bridges etc as great pictures and though I’m just a snapshot individual (not a photographer) sometimes I get lucky with some pictures that become my own favorites. I looked back to find these in the past 18 months that seemed to fit the bill.

What a good distraction from getting ready for my first long day back to teaching, or packing for our TN trip! We drive off hopefully by 7am tomorrow to what looks like a rainy weekend, it’ll either be a lot of fun or a miserable time, but either way an adventure!

Enjoy the photos and I’ll keep you posted-

Paris, Christmas week 2013
Favorite swinging bridge over the Jackson River at Hidden Valley, Bath Co. VA
Beautiful roads in Big Valley; Bolar, VA
Richardson’s Trail in early Fall, Lower Bolar, VA
Hunting Roads, Bath Co. VA
Cattle Road at Mill Run Farm, Bath Co. VA
Log Bridge in the Evening, Camp Creek State Park, WV
Wilson Mountain Ridge, Bath Co. VA
Wilson Mountain Ridge, Bath Co. VA

Published by JaimeHope

Violin teacher and endurance rider living in a rural mountain county - one of the least population dense and without a single stoplight.

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