Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Country Roads in West Virginia











30 comments:

Mary said...

yikes!

Marsha said...

Gorgeous countryside - these are the kind of roads we love. I especially like the foggy "hug the mountain" shot!

dAwN said...

Take me home Country roads..to the place I belong...west virgina...
oh sorry..got carried away...
love the photos..
makes me want to get the rubber to the pavement and seek out those roads..

possumlady said...

Oh, those foggy roads are calling me...

I hope, hope, hope that I'll be able to go next year!!

Craig Glenn said...

Lynn,

What a beautiful series of photos!

I could so get lost on those roads, walking an exploring!

Craig Glenn

Beth said...

waaaaahhh - I miss West Virginia and I miss all the Flock!

Beth

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Those roads look like fun.I want to see what is around the bend.:)
Blessings,Ruth

Red said...

How did you control yourself and not post the lyrics that go with those photos?

Mountain Mama... take me home :)

Those are very cool little roads, and with it being as cool as it was - no bugs!

RuthieJ said...

Oh Lynne, you guys were on a school bus for this journey weren't you? YIKES!
I've seen some roads similar to this down in Fillmore and Houston Counties......ya gotta go where the birds are!!

Jayne said...

And, I'd love to be walking along those roads with you my friend...

jalynn01 said...

Hi Lynne,
I'm with Beth....My heart did a little skip when I looked at those photographs...I miss WV and I miss the fun we had! I love country winding narrow dirt roads...

The-Grizzled-But-Still-Incorrigible-Scribe-Himself! said...

A little misty morning fog in the greening woods, a winding gravel road…it just doesn't get much prettier!

Montanagirl said...

I love country roads. Hubby and I are out quite frequently on the backroads around here. The last time we went, we were rewarded by seeing two Red-headed Woodpeckers. Nice photos!

Tina said...

There's nothing like early morn..a nice cup of hot coffee and one of these back roads to walk!!
Great captures of sites we need to see more of...

NatureWoman said...

Cool! They look lovely!

NCmountainwoman said...

The fog and mist might have made for worse birding, but it certainly enhanced the look of the roads and area. Great photographs.

KatDoc said...

Awwww - I'm homesick!

That last pic is the Sugar Creek trip, yes?

~Kathi

Leedra said...

The last photo reminds me of the road into Cataloochee Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Only there were no guardrails there. Love the 2nd photo.

Mike and Lizette said...

Very nice photos Lynne, the last one is breath taking, and that is during the daylight.

Bird Girl said...

Those country roads just make me want to sing a John Denver song...ever hear it ;-)

Kyle said...

Wow, what beautiful country! Those are all gorgeous shots, Lynne -- and make me want to pack up and head for West Virginia. Mountain Momma. Take me hoooooome, country roads... (Sorry, just couldn't help myself!)

Pablo said...

Gorgeous! Wish I was there.

Eve said...

Just beautiful Lynne!!

Vickie said...

These are gorgeous images!

Kelly said...

...peaceful, green, lush, misty....I'm glad I have "Country Roads" playing in my mind now. These are beautiful.

Ron said...

I love these shots, but especially the one with the old house (barn?) in the mist. That's a great photo, really evocative of silence and solitude.

Cheers

Larry said...

Beautiful atmospheric photos.So-that's what John Denver was singing about.-
West virginia...Mountain Momma....

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Wow so cool weather there.

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