A Differant Pathway-52 Photos Project, Week 11
“often it is easy for us to travel the known way.
we run on autopilot, not really thinking about
where we are going, because it is all so familiar.
for this week, try a new way. turn left instead of right.
follow a road just to see where it leads you.
what surprises are waiting for you?”
My post is a photo I took in Centenial Park, Moncton. When climbing the hill to get back up to the parking lot and the main children’s play area, there are several options. You can walk up a steep gravel road, you can walk up a steep grass hill, you can take the winding wooden steps or you can take the paved wheelchair ramp. I, on default always take the first option and just walk up the gravel road, or if I am with my daughter often take the steps, cause they are fun and she is drawn to them, as was I at her age. This time however, being on a photowalk, I truly noticed the beauty of the line in the wheelchair ramp and so 1) I took that route for a change and 2) It inspired this photo. So here it is: