Split decision

Split decision

About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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8 Responses to Split decision

  1. annetbell says:

    Decisions, decisions….namaste. . . .Anne

    • Nature does not plan out its paths, only humans perceive structure and definition. As much as our free will has given us the capacity to learn and choose words and actions, we have a ways to go before we understand we know nothing. Wisdom is not checked off a list or determined like a coin flip, it is found in the fleeting moments we missed while preoccupied with our own short-sighted existence. When we venture into Nature, the possibilities are endless, paths parting effortlessly like snakes in the tall grass.
      Tyler 🙂

  2. shoe1000 says:

    I have always said, I want my daughter, when she comes to the fork in the road in life, where she has to make that decision, that she knows she is, just that she is.
    This picture is the best example of that fork. May I use it for my blog please?

    • Your words ring true, my friend! As long as you credit my blog, I’m fine with you using my photo. Hope you are having a wonderful day, my friend!
      Tyler 🙂

  3. Myaz_Nuggetz says:

    Reblogged this on Myaz_Nuggetz.

  4. Gallivanta says:

    So which way did YOU go?

    • I walked down the right path coming and going! Sometimes that’s the story of life, no matter what choices we make, we somehow loop back around to where we started. I’m at that stage now, having recently moved to a new town and unemployed for the first time since I don’t know when. Though no fault of my own, life happened when I thought I was in control. I learn something new everyday.
      Tyler 🙂

      • Gallivanta says:

        I think unemployed is a misnomer. I am technically unemployed but by golly I am busy. I am fully occupied and I think my contribution to society is enormous. It just isn’t recognised in a financial way 🙂
        Big Sigh! Not really! I am happy.

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