This roadway looks very safe for any elderly person dawdling across to the other side, lovely grassy areas. Did you have to wait long for a vehicle?? Cheers from Jean
Actually I didn't wait long at all Jean. I think they (the drivers of these two cars) were waiting for me to start taking photos!! lol
Nice images, Jim. Being out in those quiet areas is one of my favourite things to do. Of course, the camera goes with me!
Of course it goes with you Martha!! Do you think 'we camera people' are addicted?!! lol What a great addiction to have, I say!!
I know how important it is for you 'two'.
It seems that every time I try to take pictures of the field (with cattle, calves or deer) that some fool will go whizzing by and honk their horn. It's often hard for me to find that quiet moment here. (Of course, if I don't have my camera ready, it's calm out there)
Always the way Sharon! Usually the cars are whizzing by here all the time. This was an exception.
A traffic signal is definitely needed here before some photographer gets hurt. :)
LOL! Now remember Liz, this is on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia where there are few people and not much need of a traffic signal.
Ahhhh! Peace! :)
It is a nice place to visit early in the day before the hoards arrive....in the summer that is.
Liking the one with the red pickup!! :)~ HUGZ
So lovely and calming, Jim. Very much appreciated, love your photos.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.