Off the Beaten Path: Borderline
Off the Beaten Path (OBP) is my paean to the art of short-term and short-distance travel. And, as a travel photographer, my expression of choice is captioned visual imagery - a photolog or brief photo essay.
Additional photos are found via my Instagram page: Incite Photography - IG
You're always welcome to come along for the ride.
Eisenhower SP BeachRushing swirling water with no place to go. A roiling man-made caldera. Eisenhower SP Beach entryEnd of the line and hike. Meal earned. Eisenhower SP fishing pierThe observer's dilemma: the world you know vs what may be. Eisenhower SP screened areaPitches and stakes, AKA the game of quoits, dates back to Greek antiquity. A past-time of focus and intent that's come to be represented by the symbol for luck. Reminds me of travel.
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