Pathways made from earth, sand and mud.
A rustic path leads upwards at Torr Head on the Coastal Causeway Route of Ireland. Formerly flooded pathway has turned into dried mud at Buckskin Gulch in Utah.Barefoot hiking in Malaysia; the mud sucked our shoes right off our feet! Mud clings to our boots as we try, with great difficulty to make it across a short stretch of mud to a small river in BC’s north (Canada).Water in jugs for the thirsty hiker on our Inle Lake hike. Bamboo archway over a dirt track in the Botanical Garden in Tela, Honduras. Sand path lined with grasses at Skagen’s Grenen Beach in Denmark. More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Sand, Dirt, Paths, Walks, Trails and Roads
Buckskin Gulch is so unusual. Love it. Your photos are so cool this week. 😀
Buckskin Gultch was one of those inspirational hikes – all that gorgeous red mud…
Mud, though so common is super mysterious! Just loved your blog😀
Mud can be mysterious but it is super tricky to hike through – either our feet were super heavy with accumulated mud, or we ended up going barefoot – who knows what was in that Malaysian mud?