The Road Less Travelled 09/18/2007


As we move into day two of DLWS Michigan, we were out at o’dark thirty to begin our day with a beautiful sunrise. We began our morning photographing a great old schoolhouse from the late 1800s which you can see on Moose’ bog. Our second stop was at this long, lonely road where the light was falling on the power lines in the distance and there was a hint of fall color beginning to show in the trees. As luck would have it, this lone bicyclist came riding by. I waited until she was into the light and captured this image. It made me think of how amazing it is to take a group of students out to the same location and the variety of imags that we see back in the classroom. I guess my message here is to suggest that you, too, take the road less traveled. Follow your passion, find the subjects that inspire you even when you are amongst a group of oher photographers. Bring your vision of the world to life and share it with friends, family, even the world. Inspire someone else to follow their own road less travelled.

Image catured with Nikon D2Xs, AF-S 70-200mm VR on Lexar 8gb 300X CF card