Oh, yes. This is just right! The colour of the rust and the general higgeldy-piggeldy-ness of the laneway.I hope it can remain like that for considerably longer too.The morning light here is gorgeous.
Oh wow, you live in a place like this, fantastic.Here in the mountains we still have quite a lot of dirt tracks once you get a block or two beyond the highway but they are getting progressively paved. We are becoming more and more suburban every day.This is a wonderful shot, the light, the colour, the composition, the subject matter. Beautiful.
I agree, the shot is just gorgeous. And I agree with you - how nice to have landscapes and townscapes that aren't all homogenized.
I also like the color of the fence and the street!PS: I think you will like to know that I return to my blog Leaves of Grass.
It's perfect just the way it is.Any beautification would ruin its character.
Isn't it glorious? What a lovely photo you've taken.
Julie - yes, it is the higgeldy-piggeldyness of daggy country towns that I love.
Joan Elizabeth - I do NOW but before I lived in the city - in the 'burbs, in fact. It just wasn't me but at least I gave it a crack.Thanks you for the lovely compliments - I suspect I've been channelling some of your photos into this photo.
Thanks Ruth - it's amazing how daggy everything is once you get out of the cities (just how I like it!)
Sonia, so glad you returned to Leaves of Grass!
Jayne - yeah and you can always tell it's the country when there is a Pepperina tree in the photo.
Jelly - where you been???
It looks pretty fancy to me.;-)Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia
I agree - there is something about country town scapes - there are a few suburban spots like that around me, but they are fading fast - even front grass is disappearing under paving. I hate all those hard surfaces.
Hey cuzz! I'm back in blogspot world.As usual I LOVE your photo's. You've really inspired me to get into the camera-taking-with-me-whereever-i-go world.
Hi Letitia! Amazing place!!Long time no see...Blogtrotter is showing some sights of the most northern capital city in the world. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Olá amigos! Tens um espaço muito bonito com belas fotos, porém seria melhor se colocasses um tradutor, pois ficaria mais fácil para entender e comentar.Abraços,Furtado.
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