Sticks on the Path


Even though Melinda has fled to Texas, I am still posting shots from Point No Point.

Explaining why I like this one is going to fall on deaf ears.

Unless you have walked a lot in the temperate rainforest where there are always sticks on the path.

But then you won’t need an explanation.

So I won’t waste my breath.





Canon 5Dii, Canon EF 16-35/f2.8 lens @ f2.8 and 23mm, 1/30, ISO800






4 thoughts on “Sticks on the Path

    • Hi! Well, not much to get so don’t think too hard about it. But watch out for these sticks on the trail – they can make loud cracking sounds, sending wildlife fleeing, and attracting predators too I suppose.


    • Well that is a tough question unless you recognise the footprints in this picture as your own. In which case your path leads to Point No Point which I suppose is better than a pointed reply.


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