Snow covers the ground of this landscape punctuated by a single tree next to the "The Road Not Taken." This print of Robert Frost's well-known poem is a charming scene behind a story of two roads. Written in 1916, the poem describes a decision made by the narrator culminating in choosing to walk a path less traveled. Though written as a somewhat whimsical reference to promenades taken in a New England landscape, the poem is often seen as a metaphor for pivotal transitions.
The texture in this print is eye-catching with the added depth of a canvas-transfer. In addition, a black border or frame adds a formality that makes it appropriate for a living room, dining room or family setting. Its dreamy white terrain and contemplative subject make it an engaging image for any home or office setting as well.