A horse trailer being hauled westward crests a hill on a quiet and sunny, Sunday morning, descending into a huge valley between Valleyview and Grande Prairie, Alberta. Notable among this landscape’s relief and early spring colour is the full absence of snow.
Listening to – Stan Tracey’s ‘Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered,’ mellow jazz to begin this Wednesday morning; then, it’s on to John Hicks’ and ‘Fatha’s Bedtime Story.’
Quote to Inspire – “A good photograph is knowing where to stand.” – Ansel Adams
4 thoughts on “Roadscape West”
Great post and photo. I’m going to be “bothered” having that song stuck in my head all day long…love it.
Stan Tracey’s ‘bothered’ music eases us forward into our days … good schtuff!
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Depth and travel, I like your perspective.
Hey there, Jim:
It’s curious stuff … perspective and knowing where to stand. Likely there’s analogy and wisdom there …. 😉
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