Posted on January 5, 2014 by Seymour
I’ve caved in to blogging expectations and decided to publish a New Year post. This is actually slightly recycled from my Analog Photog Blog (which is in currently in the doldrums) and relates to an ongoing photographic project.
I have a question for you, dear reader: As you look ahead into 2014, and the year stretches before you, which of these paths best represents what you see ahead?
Bright, open and straight?
Wide yet disappearing quickly into the woods?
A frosty uphill?
Heck, I’ll just make my own meandering way over this field of snow?
Dark and threatening?
Just one little hump, and I have no idea what’s on the other side?
Winding shady groves?
Journeying into a bright dawn?
Took a wrong turn somewhere?
Full of mystery and promise?
Haunted by my own shadow?
Entering a dark tunnel, will there be light at the other end?
Pilgriming towards the sacred?
A slippery descent?
The shining tranquility of my autumn years?
Emerging from a prison?
The only way is up but how am I going to get there?
Taking the high road?
The ancient track?
What will it be?
Just for the record, If you were to ask me, I’d probably say “All of the above.”
Filed under: Inspiration, Photography, Symbolism | Tagged: Spirituality |