The idea of “two subjects” in one photo boggled me a little in just figuring out what it meant. And I still don’t exactly know, but maybe this shot from a window at Versailles, France, might do. I wanted to capture the very old, wavy glass and the rose gardens outside. But what I captured in taking the photo was the wavy glass in an old french window with a scene beyond of someone else taking a photo of a couple standing in front of the rose bushes. I guess that might qualify as a two subject photo!
So the second down I’ve chosen is down the road. I seem to take a lot of down the road shots: I have a whole series from our trip to California last summer, for example; I have more down the road shots from up on the farm. Country dirt roads are the perfect place for down the road shots.
The two I’ve decided to post are from travels, too. The first one below is from Hawaii. Several years ago, we held a family reunion in Hawaii where my sister Jeanne lives and while we were there, participated in a land blessing. Jeanne and Robert had finally finished clearing acres of tangled brush and were getting ready to build a retreat center. This shot is walking down the trail to the gulch where the mother stone sits. If you’ve been to my sister’s web site, www.hawaiiislandretreat.com, you know the place looks remarkably different now (and if you haven’t looked at her website, do! It’s a fabulous boutique hotel.).