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At a Crossroad

Please say a warm hello to first-time contributor Annie, a woman who has battled depression, major anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and dissociative disorder.

About this photo: “I call this photo ‘At a Crossroad with Trees.’ I have a fascination and love of trees. When I am amongst trees I am most at peace.”

Find more from Annie at her Twitter.

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5 comments on “At a Crossroad

  1. Uncle Tree
    March 15, 2014

    I like this shot! Dead ahead is still life. 😉

    Crossroads seldom seem too clear.
    Directions tell me not to fear.
    Whichever I choose,
    I know I can’t lose.
    I’ve already paid my dues.

    Uncle Tree

    Like

  2. mitchjayalbright
    March 15, 2014

    I love how strong and imposing the tree is, yet it doesn’t dominate the piece because it isn’t in the foreground….it’s good.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Karen
    March 15, 2014

    Thanks for this lovely black and white photo. there’s a friendly poem by Robert Frost you might like called “Tree at my Window–” “My head so concerned with inner– yours with– outer– weather.”

    Liked by 1 person

  4. crazyguyinthailand
    March 15, 2014

    Nice shot 🙂

    Like

  5. Forever Lakesh
    March 18, 2014

    Amazing. I’m speechless.

    Like

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