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Apr 9, 2010

THE JOURNEY HOME

After a long travel in the busy road, I am back to join the challenge in FSO this week with the photo theme country road by Gordon.

the summer road

Every time I visit my family in the countryside, I have to walk or pass this country road. It is called tertiary road actually. It becomes dusty during dry season and becomes muddy during wet season. I don't mind how many kilometers I have to walk or how many hours I have to travel just to see my family. All I know is I bring happiness to them and when I leave home, I bring good memories with me.

In spiritual life, we may walk a dessert pathway, but the end of the journey is the Garden of God.

18 comments:

Jama said...

It's like a road leading to the sky, I love the composition. Can't find a typical country road here in Singapore, but something almost country, come and take a look.

Scriptor Senex said...

That's a beautiful looking road. And the way you've taken it makes one want to walk along it and see where it goes...

the donG said...

ganda ng kuha red at parang maganda nga rin talaga tong sinasabi mong country road. saan banda to?

nuts said...

i want to see this place too, parang ang tahimik.. sarap ng pakiramdam..

nuts said...

btw, i was actually looking for the photos you shared a while ago, i thought you're gonna blog it.. lol!

Doreen said...

I love your last statement! also love the sentiment you have shared about your family. the photo is great too, but I love your words.

Manang Kim said...

It's beautiful unpaved road. Happy weekend!

Country Roads

Queenmothermamaw said...

A beautiful photo and a beautiful testament to family and of faith. Thanks so very much for the spiritual uplift. Blessings
QMM

Gordon said...

You are a great family man. That road seems to be very well maintained. Thanks for posting.

Chef E said...

I know when I traveled to some Island (I know not quite the same) the roads were similar and we went off road in dune buggies, and it was fun, but being so windy I remember I had to keep a scarf over my face with glasses on or I could not see! I do not like muddy, but it happens, and can be fun making mud pies as a kid, lol! Peace Redlan my friend!

~JarieLyn~ said...

I love the wisdom you bring to all your posts. Great photo.

Kathy in CA said...

Awesome photo. I love how you've portrayed the road all the way to the point of infinity. :)

Ann said...

does it get all muddy when it rains?

Pauline said...

I don't know which I like most, the photo or your words. But I know they go very nicely together. The road home is always the best, isn't it?

GingerV said...

I am like Pauline - do I like the words or the photo.... I think the words. very beautiful.

Eds said...

ganda ng kuha mo redlan. kaya lang kapag maulan parang didikit sya sa tsinelas.

Rej said...

wala pa sigurong nanggaling na presidente sa lugar na yan. di katulad sa norte ang gaganda na ng daan. :)

Random Student said...

when you took this pic, it was probably on a good weather, right? not so dusty and hindi muddy.