Saturday, August 28, 2010

Saturday Tracks












57 comments:

Ann said...

Very cool collection of tracks. I'm a big fan of pictures of train tracks, not sure why but I love them.

Zuzana said...

Hello, I am back from my extended vacation and I love your beautiful photography.;)
I always enjoy paying attention to small details that others would have passed by, such as tracks; my favorite are tracks in pristine snow.;)
Have a lovely weekend,
xo

Jane said...

Oh, I love your Saturday tracks! I hope to be making a few of those myself today,

Jane

Peggy K said...

Always refreshing to stop by Betty's place to take in the visuals. Thank you!

Ca88andra said...

The tracks are great, except for the scar! Ouch!

The Chicken's Consigliere said...

Ca88andra said exactly what I was thinking. Ouch. Always love your photos, Betty

faye said...

Where are the tracks you made leaving school yesterday ??

Madi and Mom said...

Very very creative BB!!!
That looks like a nasty scar there...Madi and I hope it wasn't left by a kitty....MOL
Happy weekend,
Madi and Mom

Theresa Milstein said...

Look at that tail track in the desert!

Tracks on the sand. The first one reminds me of summer. Soon enough you'll have to post tracks in the snow.

baygirl32 said...

love the orange sand, it is something I don't see in my neck of the woods. Ouch to the scar

Catherine said...

Fun photos ~ I especially like the 3rd one.

Hope you have a terrific weekend!
xo Catherine

Tabor said...

Quite creative.

Mamma has spoken said...

Love the tracks and figuring out what made them. The tiny ones on the third picture has me stump!

Jerry said...

...and now I wonder at what tracks I leave behind.

Wonderful pictures of those things we don't stop to notice.

liz said...

who belongs to that scar?! Yikes! i like the one with the tiny tracks that cross the big tracks.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Clever! The one looks like it hurt, though.

Brian said...

Very good, you were right on track!

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Daisy said...

Lovely photos, Betty. Well, except maybe the next to the last one there. Ow, ow, ow!! Must be a story behind that one. YIKES! Have a lovely weekend, my friend. :-)

Momma Fargo said...

Pictures are worth a thousand words, Betty! Bravo! Have a great weekend!

Copyboy said...

Not a fan of the scratches. haha

Baby Sister said...

Oh I like this one!! I love all of the different tracks you showed. You, my dear, are very talented.

Tracy said...

That's a really cool collection of photos. All kinds of critters and stuff.

Sarah said...

The third one is unusal--what is it?

Joe Cap said...

All great except for that scratch...
Whenever I see a spike kind of working its way up on a railroad, I get concerned. Great pics, I love train tracks.
Your pictures inspire me...if I take and post some pics of tracks, will that be ok? I don't want to be a copy-cat, but I am influenced by the best.

Joe Cap said...

Hey, Sarah, those little tracks on the last one are bird tracks. The big one, I don't know, maybe a dog?

patti said...

Have missed you at my place, Betty!
Know it's crunch with school!

MY weekend tracks include hoofing it to the grocery store and pacing in the kitchen waiting for stuff to cook!!!!
It's a good thing to be cooking after a week of writers' conference!!
Blessings,
Patti

Graceful Moments said...

Love tracks and paths. Always wondering where they will lead those who follow...mystery, adventure, challenge...that's what they represent to me. Great photos!

Old Kitty said...

Amazing pics as always - profound and thoughtful and clever!! The pic of the scar is very moving. Thanks for sharing these varied tracks of life!

Take care
x

Katie said...

Excellent photography as usual!!! Thanks for sharing your "tracks" with us!

Shan said...

You should check out the Lost Coast Highway up north... beaches with elk and cow(!!!) tracks. Happy cows really do come from California.

Nat said...

A clever theme and great tracks :-)

Pat said...

I like all the tracks, but the boo-boo one. Sorry about that!

Matt said...

Very cool pics. I dig that third one. Where is it? But that scar? Ouch!

Out on the prairie said...

The tiny bird or rodent tracks in the 3rd made it a favorite.

Writing Without Periods! said...

Love the one with the orange sand and the click, click, click one. So cool.
Mary

Jimmy said...

Gotta love tracks, very nice collection of pictures Betty.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Big kudos to you on this one. You've thought of every type of track imaginable and captured them perfectly.

Lourie said...

Great tracks! Awesome pictures!

Beth Zimmerman said...

Beautiful pictures! What did you do to your arm?

ds said...

Neat photos! But I have to join the chorus: what happened to your arm?

Lin said...

Owie--what's with the arm??? I do like the little birdie tracks best.

The Retired One said...

Liked the third one the best...makes one wonder what left those tracks!??

Hilary said...

That third one is fascinating.. and that scar looks like it has a story behind it.

slommler said...

Love the photos!!! And I say owie to the scar as well! That had to hurt!
Hugs
SueAnn

Aging Mommy said...

Love the first shot, all those footprints. Also the animal tracks crisscrossing, that is my favorite.

Carol said...

Nice.

Brian Miller said...

yikes...taht is some track down the side of the arm...love railroad tracks!

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

WOW! simply WOW!
I'm impressed!
I love that I met you out there so it's been a delight to visit your super awesome blog!

B xx

Kazzy said...

How cool are these photos?

Dreamfarm Girl said...

Very interesting collection! I love to be surprised and each one was both interesting of itself and in its relationship to the whole. Love the bird tracks best.

Marlene said...

Wowza - great photos!

You didn't hurt yourself though, did ya?

Bethany @ Organic Enchilada said...

Very creative!

Georgina Dollface said...

The teeny-tiny tracks in the middle are cute! Any idea what made those? And did it get away from whatever it was with the big feet that was chasing it? - G

Georgina Dollface said...

The teeny-tiny tracks in the middle are cute! Any idea what made those? And did it get away from whatever it was with the big feet that was chasing it? - G

notesfromnadir said...

Really like the angle you got of the train tracks.

Pat Tillett said...

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