I never found a companion that was so companionable as solitude.
Henry David Thoreau
Nothing to add. Back home now. Had a great time helping my sister celebrate her birthday.
Feb 4, 2013
Glad you’re back home where it’s warmer. It is nice to spend time with family to celebrate with them. I did not notice the person walking in this image on my first glance. May be an indication of how my day will go. 🙂
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Monte, it’s great to be back home where temperatures are more spring-like! 🙂 It’s OK that you missed the lady in the picture. She’s very small in the frame. Only her red jacket and hat make her stand out.
John - Visual Notebook
I’m assuming that’s not North Carolina in the image, is it?
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Ha! Thankfully, no. That’s Akron, OH. 🙂
Amen HDT and Amen PDL Love how the photo is crisp and refreshing. We get the pleasure of walking in a winter wonderland without the mush and slush of freezing and melting. You have provided a public service. We Southies thank you.
Feb 5, 2013
Thanks, PQ! It was a good time, even if a bit cold. 🙂
Great storytelling in this image. A very inviting image—I mean to contemplate, not the snow and the cold.
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Feb 6, 2013
It is a favourite photographic moment of mine to be in a beautiful landscape with a single person in the distance. And that person wearing red as well! It’s only happened three times to me and I remember each time most clearly.
Welcome back Paul.
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That red certainly stands out. I saw a couple of other opportunities: a group of 3, man, woman, and a dog, but the couple had on dark blue. I took the photo anyway. There was also a man with green camouflage and orange gloves. Took that too, but you can barely see him, save for his gloves. Red wins every time! 🙂
Feb 9, 2013
Paul, great composition and that red certainly snags the eye! A thousand storys could be told from this image. Nice
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