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For those who are familiar with the Glen Ferris Inn I assure you that I was on the same side of the river as the inn when I took the picture. It’s not until you look at a map or a satellite image of the three rivers area that you realize that the river takes a long but very sharp bend. Both the river and the road double back. It’s easy to lose perspective because the change is so gradual. Before we realize it we are traveling in the opposite direction.
For those who are not in the area here’s a view shot through the windshield of my wife’s vehicle.
The section of road looks straight but is slightly curved and then takes a sharper bend at the end of stretch.
Sometimes in life we might believe that we’re traveling in a certain direction when in reality we’re not. It’s important to be aware of the subtle changes in our course.
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2 thoughts on “The Slow Turn”
That road reminds me of late night road trips I used to take with my family. I love how you capture photos that bring up the most wonderful memories. 🙂
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Thank you Ashley ❤ I take a lot of pictures of the road as I'm driving. I have Google set to voice command for safety and I miss a lot of shots but this time my wife was driving.