Day 3056: The places that scare you

What are the places that scare you?

New places can be scary, so when I travelled to Nashville earlier this week, I took along this book:

On the plane, which is one of the places that scares people, I read that wise and wonderful book. I didn’t go to any of the places that scare me, including the news and the catastrophizing part of my mind.

Do you see places that scare you in any of my images for today?

Despite that message I recently got on my phone, freethinkers anonymous.com — the fabulous blogging place of Chris Waldrop, my brother from another mother — is not a place that scares me.

Here are some places I find on YouTube when I search for “the places that scare you”:

I hope the comments section of this blog is not a place that scares you.

No matter what places I go to these days, I go there with less fear and more gratitude, so thanks for joining me in this place today.

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10 thoughts on “Day 3056: The places that scare you

  1. puella33

    I find light houses soothing for some reason. Welcome back, Ann 🙂

  2. Recently I had a nightmare that took place in the basement of a shopping mall. Even though it seemed terrifying while I was in it as soon as I woke up I thought it was funny, not only because the specifics (birdlike creatures with dog faces in cages) seemed ridiculous in the light of day but also because I could see myself wandering into the basement of a mall. I’ve followed strange hallways and opened mysterious doors just to see where they’d go and what they were hiding.
    Travel is a great way to make the world less scary.

  3. Your aerial photography is stunning Ann, and I see you’re also “back to the garden” now. The places that could be scary are those high altitude ones from the plane, but when you get images of blue skies with dramatic clouds, they cease to be.

  4. I don’t see places I’m afraid of in your pics at all. I do see lots of inviting places though –

  5. I’m glad that Nashville appears to be off this list for you now, Ann.

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