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Forest Path

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If you’re regular reader of my blog, you might have noticed that I like to take pictures of paths. I am not exactly sure why, but I do like some ways so much that I just take the picture. I think it’s also about the landscape on the left and on the right, or the weather conditions that can make a scene look interesting. The photo in this post was taken last December during a hike through a small forest in Reinfeld.

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    • Yes, I think that’s it… these pictures remind me where I hiked. Taking a picture of the path is like bringing the experience home and saving the memories twice, in my head and digitally on the computer 🙂

  1. Paths are a thing. I think we all like to take pictures of paths, especially along rivers and through woods. There’s something symbolic about them that carries extra meaning. And this is a very good path! Lovely!

    • Yes, as I am from the city and as I can’t be all the time in the nature, these photos are also like souvenirs of the nature that I want to bring home. That’s how I can take a look again, maybe even remind and decide to go hiking there again. It’s funny, I don’t have to write it down, just taking a look at the photos and I would find the place on Google Maps… that’s probably what photography is about too, memories that you can connect. Sometimes one photo is not enough, but taking a look at the photos in the same row and I start to remind myself of how the day was when I took the photos, and even small details come to my mind. 🙂

        • I’d be interested in a photography class too to learn about composition and so, but the local courses seem to be quite expensive in my opinion. Fortunately there is so much content about photography in the web today, I do like these expert photographers with their channels on YouTube, there is a lot of information’s to be taken too 🙂

        • Online classes were not an option when I took the class but I will say that it is enjoyable to be learning with a group of people that you can share your experience with.

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