Taking the road less traveled can lead to some amazing memories and photos.
Ever been to the top floor of the Downtown Chicago Library?
Me either until one day … I visited the library (which is what we all do on vacation, right?) and took the elevator up as far as it could go and … oh my god!
The top floor has a glass ceiling!
Go and look!
Did you ever get off the highway and follow some dirt road to wherever it may lead? If not, try it in Autumn and capture it for future memories~
Ever take an early morning hike that you just had to record?
When this happens the memories of the walk last for years down the road.
What about those times when you are basking in the sun, feeling the heat on your seat and admiring your feet? Oh sure, we all have those moments!
Choose the road less traveled, take pictures, print pictures and Smile…
9 thoughts on “Photographing the Road Less Traveled”
i love your post..
i love the picture..
hope i can travel..
You know, next time I’m at the 42nd Street library, I’ll have to check it out. It’s such a beautiful building, I bet there are some lovely nooks waiting to be discovered.
Thanks for this prompt, Marge!
These are awesome photos, Marge… I’ll think of that library if I ever get there.
We can all travel if only by viewing photos! Thanks for writing!!
I recently visited the Seattle Downtown Library and was amazed at the architecture and the amount of windows! Stunning!
I’m always surprised when I visit places that are right in front of me! And if I have my handy camera nearby – I love sharing those images with you. Thanks for writing.
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