Saturday, February 16, 2008

Photo hunter - Free

Even though we live in a free country there is not much for free. But it is still free to walk on paths and roads in the forest. At least that's what this sign tells you when entering the forest.

14 comments:

Carver said...

Beautiful photographs for the free theme. Free paths to walk on are great. I enjoy walks in the forest on paths a great deal.

JC said...

Very nice! Enjoying your surroundings, wherever you are, is a true gift... it's even better when Mother Nature is showing off!

Hootin' Anni said...

Free to walk maybe, but the paths and the upkeep are paid for by the taxpayers, right? Gorgeous photos.

If you haven't stopped by to view my 'free' photo, come on over...it's a free trip - oops, no guess not. It costs money to travel the 'net! Happy Hunting.

Dorid said...

Every little freedom is to be held on to!

That looks like a beautiful place for a walk!

Sabine said...

Fabulous choice for "free"... I wish we had forests over here!! ;)

jenny said...

It's beautiful! The weather looks exactly as it is here today, a bit foggy.

Thanks for visiting!
I put up my other pictures of the Hike if you want to go look at them now.

starnitesky said...

I love to walk in the forest, I am lucky, there are many forest walks nearby.

Sarge Charlie said...

I love the photos in the fog.

**"Liza"** said...

Nice place to go for a walk,great take for this week theme. Have a great weekend!

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Utah Mommy said...

Cool photos you have here, very inviting place and very calm. Happy weekend!
FREE RIDE

Dragonstar said...

What a lovely walk, and the mistiness in the last picture is beautiful.

denz said...

wow! you have a very nice picture and I love the way you put consistency of the picture, indeed that is a great post for this week theme! keep it up!!!

check mine:
PhotoHunt-1
PhotoHunt-2
Have a great Weekend!!!

byrningbunny said...

A little ironic that they have to post the signs, isn't it, since even the signs, and labor to post them, cost money. But they can't take away our freedom to enjoy the natural beauty in our surrounds and we are free to enjoy our solitary jaunts or the friends we explore with. Beautiful pics.