Jun 20, 2007

The Road To Broadbent

I would never have thought I could get so much Blogger mileage from lunch with my sisters in Myrtle Point. This was taken on a road leading from Myrtle Point to the small community of Broadbent.

The old building is covered in wild blackberry vines. Soon all the white flowers will turn into delicious berries.

Broadbent Road

17 comments:

  1. I like this barn. Looks very picturesque.

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  2. Faye, your colors are always so exquisite. I've just noticed that more this time with all of the green I've been seeing in the rural pictures.

    This is another jewel.

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  3. Sandy, if you check in here, the link from your comments here to your blog is broken so we can't get there from here :)

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  4. toujours ces vieilles maisons en bois abandonnées qui font le charme de tes photos. superbe

    always these old houses out of abandoned wooden which make the charm of your photographs. superb

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  5. Now when you go pick some of those berries, send 'em my way.

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  6. Nathalie in Sydney6/21/2007 05:37:00 AM

    Faye I realise with awe that it's been a while since I last visited and I missed a wealth of wonderful photos. I really enjoyed going through them all. Your old barns are charming, your horse sticking his head out of the flowers is just unique, and the joy ride for your grandson must have been wonderful.

    Hope you are well.

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  7. Love wild black berries. They sure have a way of over taking anything they grow close to though.

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  8. beautiful view of this house, all is green around of it

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  9. Nice composition. I like old buildings.

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  10. go to....

    dustyducktales.blogspot.com

    I wonder what's wrong with it..

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  11. By the way, gorgeous photo..simply marvelous..I love how you get those textures Faye..wow.

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  12. This is a lovely photo, almost could be an oil painting. Dontcha just love the soft greys of weathered barnboard, and the texture of the mossy roof. I wish I had taken this picture!!!!

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  13. looks like the pic I used to draw as a kid of a hut in a village ...:)

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  14. Another great image Faye

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  15. Wonderful old building, Faye. I so love barns and old buildings.

    The blackberries look good too! ;)

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