Hope is like a road in the country

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“Hope is like a road in the country; there was never a road, but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence.”  Lyn Yutang

Rocky Woods, Medfield, Massachusetts


About Ed Spadoni

www.2GuysPhoto.com "Thoughts and opinions, resources and experiences… for emerging photographers everywhere."
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9 Responses to Hope is like a road in the country

  1. Hillary Yasmer Shemin says:

    Hi! Did you see my question yesterday about your links NOT linking me to B&H. I want to order Sony 55-220 lens through your site, but link not working. If I don’t hear from you in an hour or so I’m going to have to go to them directly to order. No power here so this email may or may not go through soon. We will go into Philly for power and better connection. Sandy has really knocked us out Best, Hillary

    Hillary Shemin CleanTth@Gmail.com http://www.PhotosByHillary.com Sent from my iPhone.

    • Rey says:

      Hillary – thank you for letting us know that the link is broken. Are you looking for the Sony A mount 55-200? If so, use this link here.

      IF the E-mount 55-210, then here.

      Thank you,


  2. Ed Spadoni says:

    Hi Hillary. I tried the links to the 55-210 in both of the My NEX Camera posts and they worked for me. Please let us know if you have any trouble with the links Rey gave in his reply. If it’s for the NEX 5N, you want the E mount. And thanks for your support. Ed

  3. This shot really grabs me; I’m partial to roads going off into the distance anyway. The sentiment is matches the shot perfectly. Thank you for the inspiration.

  4. Clanmother says:

    And then the road becomes a destination!! But you have to first walk the path. And if all paths were like yours – we would have many fellow travelers….

  5. Rey says:

    How did you post-process, Ed? Love the way the path draws your eye off below the horizon.


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