Path to Nowhere

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

I find these stone pathways amusing.  Actually, they are clever drainage  conduits to allow rainwater to seep away from the blacktop walking path around the perimeter of my development.  To me, they look like little exit and entry points for elves that live secretly in the woods.

I am trying out another new camera.  This scene was photographed with a Fujifilm X10.  I am rather liking it.  It has the right amount of professional control along with a compact size.  A good choice for the cruise I am contemplating.

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One Response to Path to Nowhere

  1. Jean D. says:

    Now, elf roads I can relate to. Little elf carriage paths perhaps for little elf horses?

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