Weekly Photo Challenge: Hope

Life may seem difficult..but we should never lose hope. Let’s hold on for as long as we can! I think it is important to believe in a power that is larger than ourselves..and I call that power “Hope”. During our trip to Pittsburgh last winter, we were stranded on the road because of heavy snow storms. This was clicked on our way back as we hoped and prayed to get back home safely while driving through snowy rugged roads..


30 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hope

  1. i can imagine your relief. the image in the fog is especially compelling.
    i can’t imagine life without the gift of hope, either.
    and for me, i especially like that it is a gift rather than something that i need to strive for.
    thank you for sharing. 🙂

  2. I totally understand the need for hope in those weather situations. I must say though, that those roads do not look particularly rugged. Some of ours are a lot worse even in the best of weather! Comes from living in a small country I guess 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Brenda, thank you for your comment. You’re right..from this particular picture, the road doesn’t look rugged. But during our drive, we had to cross several mountains and it was quite an experience since the car skid!

  3. It was when we went to Rocarasso in Italy. I had no idea, as it was my first, how dangerous snowing can be. I saw cars slipping and pulling over to the side. It is indeed intense scary.

  4. how scary to be stuck in the snow, something i have never experienced … but with no visibility and little traction you just cant move … one of our friends was caught in a big hail storm a week ago ..it dented the car even though she had pulled over to get under a tree ..glad you got home safely

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  6. Scary. I keep the boot filled with a survival kit including water, sleeping bag, and jerky.. people from the south look and laugh. People from the northeast say, “Ah, you, too.”

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