Thursday, May 22, 2014

Back Road Beauty


...and I'm talking about roads that don't have a center line. The ones that promise interesting and unique views around every bend and over every rise (talking about Kentucky here).


Impressive entrance to the farm. 

Take a tour today...visit Good Fences

20 comments:

  1. Yes, that is an impressive entrance. Kentucky is a beautiful state. I go through portions of it when off to see son in Tennessee, but I'm always in a hurry to get there, so rarely get to take pictures. Love those roads without lines.

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  2. no doubt, you live in a most beautiful area! thanks for linking!

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  3. My husband would agree with you about driving a road with no center stripe. Lovely fence and beautifully rich green grass hugging those fence posts.

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  4. Beautiful shots ---looks so lush and green there. Except for the sign, that first photo almost looks like the place where I took my photo for Good Fences ---but from a different point of view. The entrance didn't have stone walls, but it had a fence-lined winding road to an estate like your second photo.

    As the days get longer, I love to go out before there is much traffic and drive country roads I've never been on before to take photos. Sometimes I get lost, but eventually I find something familiar.

    Thanks for stopping by to view my first Good Fences post.

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  5. those are the best roads, no striping, no traffic signals....no other cars. every turn in the road provides another photo opportunity!!

    the back roads....the only way to go!!!

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  6. ooohhhh and your images are gorgeous!!

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  7. Those are my kinds of roads I like to travel on even though there isn't ever anyplace I can pull off to the side to take any pictures. I passed through Kentucky last month going from West Virginia to Indiana. Beautiful country. Thanks for visiting my First Fence.

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  8. Love the stone entry!! But, I'm curious, just what does the sign say? I tried to enlarge it, and still couldn't figure it out. Bulls and...guessing Horses?

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  9. Very, very nice! I always love stone.

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  10. What a neat entrance to this place. I did enlarge the sign. It says Rockin Ridge Farms
    Rocky Mountain Horses
    Black Angus Bulls for Sale

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  11. The entryway is so impressive - love the grass on the outside of the fence too instead of weeds like we see here.

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  12. Love your photo's. I like to travel roads like that too. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I have never been to Kentucky, but understand it is filled with much beauty. The scenes you shared are very pretty. So green.

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  14. I should have guessed the location just by the style.

    Thanks for visiting The Early Birder.

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  15. Impressive indeed! I always wonder who lives at the end of the drive.

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  16. You are so right, this is a superb spot!

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  17. Love beautiful farms ....and back roads.

    Thanks for the visit. That house on my blog was built in 1860

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  18. That is the size of road I like - when they're too narrow to have a center line. Lovely!

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