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  • Ari Bloodgood

    Follow the... Not so yellow... Brick road!

  • Emma Griffiths

    I like how the path draws you in automatically into the woods creating a spooky atmosphere.

  • Raymond Durkin

    Fairytale feel to this photo... it could well be the path to grandma's house traversed by Red Riding Hood?

  • B. 'Maenad' Currie

    spooky path love... Fairy tale rule number eleventeen: always choose the road that looks the most horrible, because it's the 'nice' path that'll kill ya.

  • Jas Last Nom

    path in a dark forest

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