Friday Photos: IChing No.4 Youthful Folly

5 May

“Youthful Folly” is Wilhelm’s translation, which also includes “hopeless entanglement” in the text.  I appreciate David Hinton’s translation of “thicket” as a concise visual.  I found this thicket on my walk in the woods.

Thicket, Cumberland Gap National Park

2 Responses to “Friday Photos: IChing No.4 Youthful Folly”

  1. oldmanatwork May 5, 2017 at 7:37 am #

    I enjoyed your walking pictures with you. I have found out by reading your post that you are interested in many things and have a good eye for nature. Good post.

    • elfcroft May 5, 2017 at 8:50 am #

      This week I stopped and hiked the trail! Happily! the weather was great and I had walking shoes on when I pulled into the visitor center. I have driven by over a 100 times over the years and NOT stopped. Great time to “STOP and hike the trail”.

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