Two Paths Through the Tangled Japanese Forest

The classic Taj Mahal photograph, Limited Edition Numbered Print now available

Every week we are releasing something new into the Print Gallery. Each on is a Limited Edition numbered print from 1 to 250, so when they are gone, they are gone. The paper prints start at a very affordable $99 and, if you want a large dramatic showpiece in your home or business, there are giant canvases available too.

We launched with only 20 prints, and this dramatic photograph taken from the Taj Mahal is the next that is available in the collection.

Farewell India - The Taj Mahal

Daily Photo – Two Paths Through the Tangled Japanese Forest

The day in Kyoto had a steady light rain. When I was going through this forest, I was able to lower the umbrella. The little droplets seemed to get caught up in the upper canopy of the trees. Big drops would plop down from time to time, but it was kind of nice, in a storybook way.

I got to this point and couldn’t decide which way to go… which way would you have gone?

Two Paths Through the Tangled Japanese Forest

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  • http://www.takkiwrites.com Birgit

    The road less traveled as Robert Frost had said

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Steven-Shoeman/1404435477 Steven Shoeman

    awesome shot!
    definitely to the right because it looks more creepy

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Patrick-Ahles/610098261 Patrick Ahles

    Super angle! I would go right as it looks more ‘natural’.

  • http://wasatchreflections.com darrin

    Going right looks like you would have the “umbrella” longer as it looks darker.

  • Bob Taylor

    To the right. It looks like more of an adventure rather than the destination the left path looks like.

  • http://achintya.smugmug.com sathya sayee

    I remember the very famous “The road not taken” :) beautiful scenery

  • casusan

    Beautiful Trey! Yes, I would take the one on the right too – looks awesome!

  • megellens

    I would take the one on the left, since I would have it all to myself!

  • http://www.terra-trekking.com Thomas

    I think it looks like a red pill blue pill scenario. Go left and the story ends and you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. Go to the right, you stay in wonderland and see how far down the rabbit hole goes. ;-)

    I totally would have gone right. :-D

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Hehe thanks all- interesting you are all choosing to the right! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Marianne-Wedell-Wedellsborg/1315316915 Marianne Wedell-Wedellsborg

    When you come to a fork in the road, take it. Right, definitely. Fabulous work, Trey.

  • Son Bui

    Nice! Left or right would be a good choice, however, I’d rather sit down into that picture and just enjoy the warm hues, subtle shades and just contemplate color.

  • fenraven

    Wow. I want to be there RIGHT NOW. No green in WI right now, and tons of snow everywhere. Thanks for reminding me that spring will come again.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Melissa-Mazza/751872444 Melissa Mazza

    My first instinct was to go right too. hmmm looks more adventurous. But now knowing everyone else would go that way I would be tempted to go to the left just to see what everyone else was missing.

  • http://www.tssphoto.com/ Royce Bair – Free Stock Photos Blog

    Great announcement on the limited edition prints series. Who are you having doing the print making and fulfillment?

  • http://www.tssphoto.com/ Royce Bair – Free Stock Photos Blog

    I just answered my own question – I see that you are using “Really Big Canvas” to make your prints. Great idea!

  • http://drfu.com Rob FU

    I was here last summer and definitely remember this! Took the left stairs as my rule is whenever you have a choice, go left. Been doing that for years.

  • http://www.siouxfallsford.com Sioux falls cars

    Go left! I don’t know if I like where “right” would take me

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks all.

    Royce – I have Really Big Canvas doing it – a great company here in Austin – I’ve been in to see their process and seen plenty of their work – it’s top notch!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jacob-W-Crosby/594263492 Jacob W Crosby

    My first thought was the road less traveled, as in the poem by Robert Frost, as so many others have noted. However, it seems as though it is more inviting, alluring if you will, whereas the other road is probably leading to some terribly concocted touristy spot… hehe.

    Though I am wondering which you ended up choosing?

  • http://www.ainsworthimages.com Tom Kostes

    Great shot, I’d take both paths!

  • http://none Benjamin

    Your amazing!

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