Skywatching at Mt. Arayat

A view of Central Luzon on one of the trails in Mt. Arayat, a potentialy active volcano. One can't see much because of the fog but it is so breathtaking up there!

The barbed wire made me think of something being held back that one would want to escape from...



(picture borrowed from my dearest mountaineer friend AJ)


Escape


To run away
To escape
My responsibilities

To live in a Dream
Where I was free

Where nothing

Was expected of me

Where I could be

Myself
Nobody to question

Who I am

What I do
Nobody to tell me

Who to be

What to do

That would be nice

But it is not real

I am stuck here

And this
is where
I will always
be

meg nicole


12 pinky-swear friends shared a thought or two...:

chrome3d said...

That is barb wire with cutting blades not just the usual one. They really don´t want you to step out of that path. Must have been some experience.

magiceye said...

barbed wire so high up!

Tabib said...

Be careful, somebody might hurt.

AL said...

Lucky you still had a photo of Central Luzon before it got flooded, I wish to see the same.

I wonder what that wire is for?

Thanks for the visit.

AL

Leah Fry said...

The razor wire does seem a little out of place. Cool photo. Thanks for stopping by.

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

What a unique and interesting perspective. Nice!

I LOVE the Gilbert quote at the top of your page - I can relate :)

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I'm surprised to see barbed wire so high up - wonder what it is guarding? It would certainly keep people out.
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peppylady (Dora) said...

Barb wire added a artistic look to your picture.

Thanks for stopping by

Gayle said...

Pretty sure that will keep you in your place. Interesting take on the whole situation. Thanks for stopping by....

Cherie said...

wow, so poignant. kakatakot yung barbed wire, sweetie. thnak you for the visit!

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

Thanks for the comment and stopping by!!

John said...

Lovely photo!