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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Monochrome Monday: Country Road



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16 comments:

~Just Me Miranda~ said...

Ohhh I like this, its very nice. Looks a lil lonely, yet peaceful.

Aileni said...

I like this, it has a timeless feel to it.

babooshka said...

Nostalgic and classic. Who could resist a walk down there.

Julie said...

I love the way the road is lined by the huge trees, give it age and sense of passage of time.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This could be from my childhood. Neat!

Cindy said...

Carver- this looks like an original black and white. It's beautiful.
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mannanan said...

Like going back in time.

uncleawang said...

I love going to country and its very nice & peaceful.Thaks for sharing and also Thanks for commenting on my MM.
Have a nice day.

shutterhappyjenn said...

It's like I am looking at how life is many decades ago.

My monochrome shot is posted here. Drop by if you have the time, thanks!

Catherine said...

I feel serenity in this picture, Carver. It could have been taken in whatever country, we have that kind of landscape too.

Liz said...

That's a very old-fashioned looking scene.

Daryl said...

I love that overgrown right side... it make me lean to the left... honest!

:-Daryl

Luiz Ramos said...

Beach and mountain are beautiful views. Great your World.

mommanator said...

Reminds me of family home in Kentucky

"Sunshine" said...

I love these gravel roads! Great shot.

Dragonstar said...

That road is lovely. It looks great in monochrome.

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