Thursday, February 23, 2012

Thoughtless Thursday

26 comments:

  1. Mother Nature reclaims her own!

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  2. I love how the road or driveway is so close to this barn.

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  3. Oh Miss Michelle, this beautiful picture almost looks like a wonderful painting.

    Quite the eye you have there girl!

    God bless ya and have yourself a terrific day sweetie!!! :o)

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  4. Beautiful picture. I love how your music always fits your pictures perfectly! Have a great day!

    www.thisfarmfamilyslife.blogspot.com

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  5. Oh my! how gorgeous. I'd love to be walking down the road and staring all around me. Loooove the barn with the natural green covering.

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  6. I'd love to take a bike down that road.

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  7. Gotta love a winding road that accommodates a barn! I'd love to visit this place!

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  8. These kind of photos make me happy! Thanks for bringing more sunshine to my day...

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  9. So beautiful. I want to whistle down there while I stroll!

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  10. Another awesome Pic!
    I love Dawn's comment, it does look like the perfect road to stroll and whistle down doesnt it!

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  11. how very peaceful.


    please have you all a good friday.

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  12. I'd walk this country road too.

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  13. Outstanding, Michelle. This looks painted or etched more than photographed.

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  14. I agree that it has a soft, painterly effect - such an iconic country scene.

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  15. You know, a long time ago a lot of roads were built around property lines and along old fence rows (to appease farmers)...makes me wonder if there had ever been a fence where this road is now.

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  16. When I was here visiting, I had my granddaughter on my knee looking at your photograph and Willy singing in the background. She almost fell asleep. Good job Michele...are you for hire?? Soothing music, beautiful scenery...all I need is a train track thumping along and I would be asleep myself. Speaking of which: are there many train tracks where you live that still operate regularly? I hear the trains here at our new place on a regular basis and I just love it. They have that far-away sound, taking me someplace I have never been yet.

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  17. It is difficult to pass by something like this and not stop, processing looks great like painting, I agree !

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  18. Love the new header.. come on over and see my new waterfall photos.. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  19. I always enjoy seeing old barns so close to the road -- not sure why, but this one is wonderful. Thanks for sharing at RT, Michelle. :)

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  20. Another very nice 'painting'!

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  21. There have been times when I've half expected kudzu would start covering me over if I stood in one place for too long.

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