Monday, June 2, 2008

Zen Monday: Intersection

Your thoughts on a road?

I almost forgot Zen Monday was today. Thanks for the reminder,
Lydia. The Cook Books post will appear tomorrow, on a day when they're open!

20 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

This dirt is very nice...a place I would like to go.
Yesterday's photo was equally inviting. I don't know what it is about these daily photo places(it must be the photos) but is so much fun traveling there. Thanks Petrea!

Bernie K. said...

Looks like Auzenne's a family name: http://tinyurl.com/6pn7zl

Ancestry.com says: "[T]ogether with the variants Ozenne and Ozanne, this is a Louisiana name. The progenitor seems to have spelled it Ozanne, and to have come from St. Lo, Normandy, France, in 1726. This form would suggest a derivation from the medieval female personal name Hosanna."

But that road's a hillbilly washboard. I thought you Pasadenamanians were classier than that.

USelaine said...

pavement
ends where thought
begins

Kim said...

Now that is cool that you even got ZEN in the sign!
-Kim
Seattle Daily Photo

PS-checking your availability for our Pacific Northwest CDPB picnic. . .we are looking at the weekend of the 20th/21st of Sept. Would either of those dates work for you? -K. email me at
seattledailyphoto@earthlink.net

David said...

All roads lead to Rome....

Rose said...

I like the way your mind works :)
Good photo, Petrea...

Petrea said...

I like the travel, too, Lily.

Very cool info, Bernie. And Pasadenamites come in all types like anybody else.

US-E, Poet-ree.

I didn't even notice the ZENNE, Kim! I'll email you.

David: Ahhh.

Rose: I like the way your mind plays! Thank you.

Louis la Vache said...

Clever way of getting ZEN into the (ahem) picture!

What a lonely looking place! We all need to find forgotten corners from time to time....

Knoxville Girl said...

I was also thinking of "where the sidewalk ends " by Shel Silverstein. Very Zen photo you have here.

Katie said...

Looks like a great place to hike. Very calm and scenic. Another wonderful photo!! It would be a good zen Monday photo even without the perfect sign!

Petrea said...

Here's how zen it was, Louis--I didn't even know I was doing it.

knoxville girl, isn't it funny how we think when the sidewalk ends we should stop, too?

Thanks, Katie. Now to find something else like it!

Thank you all for your comments. I think the purpose of Zen Monday is to put up a picture, say as little as possible, and see what you all come up with.

Bernie K. said...

AAAUUUUUMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmm …

Chuck Pefley said...

Looks like a street sign in the middle of nowhere. Incredibly interesting and makes me want to know more ...

Re: "having a life", certainly the posting of a daily photo is challenge enough some days, yet the daily rounds is sometimes not possible. Life does indeed get in the way :) Thanks for making time to visit my blog!

Petrea said...

True, Chuck. I like to at least check in with the people who so kindly check in with me. On my best days, I get to see a blog I've never seen before and meet someone new.

Bernie K. said...

AAAUUUUUMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmm …

—agh—koff! koff!

phew

Hyde DP said...

checking in and finding zen!

Lydia said...

Petrea, I hope you will forgive me for not viewing Zen Monday until Where-is-this-week-going?-Wednesday!
I actually woke up Monday morning with the happy thought that it was Zen Monday. The road looks like a wonderful place to scuff along mindlessly. I am ashamed that I didn't pick out the zen in the sign, but that is really something!

Petrea said...

Come any time, Gerald. Only Mondays will you find zen!

Lydia, imagine how silly I felt when the "zen" in the sign had to be pointed out to me by Kim! I didn't see it, either.

Yorokobi Assaiki said...

...appears to be a road less traveled.

Petrea said...

Yorokobi Assaiki: you got that right.