"A Diva Looks At Forty"
What a beautiful walk way and I bet the scenery is wonderful. This would be heaven to take a book and camera and find a place to sit and soak in the sun and fresh air.
This looks like a place I would love to visit. It looks like it could make hiking easy and stroller accesible! I had a picture of a wooden walk leading down to the beach, but you could see my kids 1/2 way down it, so it wasn't "empty"
Hi Anita. That's a lovely photo and I like the way you interpreted it. Sometimes a lonely road can have a lot of great unexpected things.Thanks for visiting me.
What a lovely picture and a beautiful thought.
Nice combination of photo & words.Thanks for dropping by my site.Have a splendiferous weekend!
That is an interesting choice for the theme, and I love the saying that you have put with it. Thank you for stopping by mine today.
sometimes its serene to walk in an empty path and enjoy the greens surrounding.Enjoy your weekend.Pato & PearlPS : thanks for dropping by
Inspirational words and photo.
Lovely picture - that empty walk is just inviting you to follow it.Thanks for visiting earlier :)
That is so beautiful and peaceful. I have been on such walkways both here and in Connecticut and Washington DC and I love them. You captured the mood perfectly.
Oh Excellent! Now I must go pull out my Robert Frost and take a long walk.
Wow what a great photo. Terrific perspective. I'd like to walk that lone path. Looks lovely. Great job for The Hunt. Very creative. Thanks for dropping by.
What a beautiful path through the woods. I read in a previous post that you are from Fairhope...I think that we pass through there on our way to Fort Walton Beach.Thanks for visiting my site!
What a great place to take a walk!Mine's up too :)
This is a really beautiful shot, Anita, and it fits the "empty" theme very well. Thanks for stopping by to visit me.
Hi Anita,Thanks for visiting my post for the word " empty".Your words set the stage for your picture.Nice job!! Baba
What a nice 'Empty' photo.Must be so peaceful to stroll there.
a lovely walkway, thanks for visiting us :)
Thanks for visiting mine, Amy. . . we were thinking alike, empty minds and all. I nearly posted a boardwalk at the Falls. Loved the saying you put with yours. Must be a wonderful place to walk.
Hi Anita,What a great photo! Mom really loved the perspective and the thought. I'd love for her to take me on a walk in my harness on that wooden walkway!Thanks for the visit!Tara, Princess Meezer
Hear, hear! So very true :-)Thanks for visiting!