Photo Hunt #10: Sad


fall drive-plumas co., originally uploaded by airam94564.

While I don't get sad a lot, I do feel down sometimes. And when I do, my wonderful husband knows the cure, my panacea for every malaise. He would say, "Get in the car, babe. We're going for a drive." And five minutes into the trip ---be it long or short--- my sadness evaporates in thin air.

Now, tell me driving in this scenic road would lift up one's spirits, wouldn't it? Feel free to swipe my prescription for sadness, stress, and whatever malaise you have.

Happy weekend every one. Happy photo hunting.

Comments

  1. Such a beautiful photo! Driving that road would be a great cure for the blues, for sure. Thanks and have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. That´s exactly the kinda road that cures malaises. Beautiful autumn colours.

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  3. Sounds like a great way to beat the blues :) My entry for Photo Hunters is here

    Please stop by if you have a moment :)

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  4. Hi . I know what you mean, I have to see green trees in the winter or I too feel as you do.
    I would wish that this road you travel never ends it is wonderful.
    Thank you for your visit and comments, Lord L thanks you also.

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  5. That's a beautiful shot and drives like that help me when I'm sad too. I'm already looking forward to a trip to the mountains later this month when the leaves should be around their full color in western North Carolina.

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  6. Great post - love the colors of the trees.

    Happy Weekend.

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  7. You have a thoughtful husband AND beautiful scenery. Sadness and malaise are no match for those.

    Happy weekend!

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  8. What a beautiful scene. I love the colours of autumn.

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  9. Beautiful scenic road! perfect to wipe away the blues!
    Happy weekend.

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  10. Beautiful photo.. season changes sometimes make me sad... but a drive picks me up...Good Take!

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  11. Like you I very rarely feel sad, however I agree there is nothing like nature to cure those feelings!! Great photo - happy weekend.

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  12. Fantastic photo for this week! I really love it. :)

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  13. Yes, autumn uplifts my spirits too! Oh I love you for posting a lovely shot! And I'll surely borrow that for Driveby! =D

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  14. We must share an ancestor of some kind cause going for a drive is what perks me up, too. And you're right--who wouldn't get in a good mood when seeing this wonderful scene?

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  15. beauty like that would take anyone's sadness away

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  16. the best cure for sadness ever. those are great colors. from where i come.. everything is so lush n GREEN. it gets monotonous after a while :)

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  17. Nothing makes me happier than a drive in the woods. :)

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  18. who would not love to stop and take that shot?! beautiful.

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  19. beautiful autumn shot

    Please stop at my PH post also: in HERE or HERE Thanks

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  20. i would love to be the passenger rather than the driver if the scenery is like that :P

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  21. What a wonderful prescription! That would do wonders for me too!

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  22. Hi Photo Cache! Here I am to enjoy your lovely blog, and this week we have some gorgeous pictures. The Fall colours are awesome!!
    Thanks for your comments and look forward to reading you at Blogtrotter, now Deep in Crete!
    Have a great weekend!

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  23. Take me there too! LOL
    So beautiful :)

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  24. Nice autumn colors. I go for a drive too when I'm a bit down. I'm glad that driving also makes the blues go away for you. Take care and have a great weekend!

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  25. If not for the skyrocketing fuel prices, I'd go for long drives to weed out the sadness.

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  26. Perfect bend! I can feel the car zooming past this scene.

    Great suggestion!

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  27. driving on a road such as this would definitely uplift one's spirits. the view is very breathtaking.

    and oh, same thing goes for your previous post on sept. 30 :D

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  28. They are such lovely colours. Nature heals.

    Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Sorry for not visiting for a while. Imagine not having the Internet in the 21st century. But it's sorted - for now. Happy weekend!

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  29. What a perfect remedy for being sad and the colours of autumn are so uplifting! :D

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  30. Now who wouldn't love this view. Ang ganda! I wouldn't complaing driving for a few hours with this scenery

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  31. What a sweet husband you have :) and you are lucky to not feel sad lots. Lovely photo too.

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  32. This is a wonderful post. Seeing a beautiful scenery can certainly remove the feeling of sadness.

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  33. Good place to get a better feeling.
    Have a nice week.
    Hallo from Germany
    Hartmut

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  34. A nice drive does do wonders sometimes doesn't it? Love your shot. I almost posted a 4 minute video shot through the front windshield of my Jeep on Sunday afternoon...leaving the deep Appalachian woods after a long weekend camping trip. Was a sad drive out...I rested the camera on the steering wheel, hit record...and captured a winding drive out then onto a township road, then a county road, and ended it at the state highway. Thought it might be too much for some to sit through though. I was sad to leave...

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  35. What a photo! A curved road going to who-knows-where should cure almost antyhing. The colors are fabulous. Your perspective is perfect.

    And the one above this. Worth stopping for!

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