I have always enjoyed this rippled ribbon of highway in the Myles Standish State Forest in Plymouth but, I seldom get the timing right to capture a bicycle or two in a prime spot. In post processing for this image, I added a black and white infrared effect to lighten the leaves and also a texture overlay to give the roadway a softer look.
For some reason, seeing rippled mounds of highway like this reminds me of rising heat waves on roads in the southwestern United States, and that reminds me of Zion, and Sequoia, and Yosemite, and all those places I want to return to. But, as I turn 64 in a few days, I am reminded that the sand in life's hourglass is steadily running down. How many more opportunities will arise to experience such beauty and wonder? A lifetime is not infinite, procrastination is not my friend.