12 thoughts on “Country Road”

  1. Such a peaceful view. A shame though about the dead pines. This Pine Beetle Infestation has devastated so much of our forests. When I drive through the coastal mountains, hectare after hectare are diseased!

  2. I think the scene is magnificent. I like your photograph of it but then I see a sign that looks like it says, “For Sale.” Taxes? Foreclosure? Things like this happen here all the time. The cows in the pasture don’t seem to mind.

    Abraham Lincoln
    Just a Lily today, plus a shaft of sunshine on my oak tree. A blessing for a bountiful crop — I hope.
    Brookville Daily Photo

  3. un beau paysage,j’aime la couleur des arbres aux fonds, on pourrait se croire encore en automne

    a beautiful landscape, I like the color of the trees at the bottoms, one could still believe myself in autumn

  4. I am wondering how much longer people will feel the freedom (financial freedom?) to drive through the countryside. I have always loved taking long country drives with no destination in mind.

  5. Beautiful vista with a glimpse of a lake behind the pasture. I see that whole line of pines not looking so good. I hope that isn’t disease.
    Too pretty to be destroyed.

  6. A lovely rural scene, the green pasture, the cattle and the winding road. Looks like a great place for a leisurely drive. Such a shame about the pine trees in the background, like one of your other viewers, at first glance I thought it was autumn colour, but decided it was the wrong time of the year.
    Ms Soup

  7. I’ll say exactly the same than Olivier, how to do if not ?

    The view is so peaceful and I would like to know which are this ginger trees
    I like the turning road and wonder where it is going
    I ever wonder that when i don’t see the end of the road.

    Oh ! I read Brenda who said that they are pine trees !
    I beleive they are died because completly dry.

  8. Hi, I’m a sequimarian–that’s Maple View Farm, the last remaining large dairy farm in the area. There is lots of more of it to the right. The sign probably says not to enter–that’s a road into some sort of water reuse area that the city put on some land they purchased from the Smiths. And that’s Sequim Bay in the background. I think the trees are just reflecting the late day light.

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