I wish it was a bad dream.
Instead, when I pulled a lengthy branch from my rosemary bush for a trim, there was a rattlesnake next to my flip-flopped foot, flapping it’s tongue. No rattles, no lunges, just a panic attack at my end. I almost touched it thinking it was a rock. By the grace of God, I have survived that ordeal, and don’t have a photo.
I didn’t want one.
This week we are challenged by the Lens-Artist community, hosted by Tracy, to find or create surreal images. Without the snake memento to share, I took a look through my archives and found memories from past travel that made unique, surreal impressions.
The first photo is from a hike called The Road to Nowhere in the Smoky Mountains. This unfinished road is now a scenic hike, with history of the nearby Fontana Lake. First, you have…
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